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Thursday 21 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# 9/11

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The Pentagon says the Navy Seal who shot bin Laden should not reveal himself
The Pentagon said that anyone who participated in the 2011 operation was still bound by a non-disclosure agreement.
US commando who killed Osama bin Laden to reveal identity
An interview with the Navy Seal will air on Fox News next month.
Osama Bin Laden's son-in-law sentenced to life in prison
Abu Ghaith was the highest-ranking al-Qaida figure to face trial on US soil since the attacks.
DECLASSIFIED: CIA intelligence official describes spending 9/11 with the US President
A fascinating account of 9/11 with the US President.
Woman finally finds owner of wedding photo found at Ground Zero, 13 years on
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe has searched for the people in the photo on the 11 September, every year since the attacks.
A LOT of brands really messed up their 9/11 tributes yesterday
Sometimes it’s probably wiser to say nothing at all.
Opinion: Dramatic change is needed in American foreign policy – the people have no appetite for war
The US must no longer be impulsively ready to employ its military around the world either for its own or for others’ ends.
Opinion: The murder of James Foley will backfire spectacularly on Isis
Western powers were growing increasingly weary of military engagements in the Middle East – but this provocation will ensure a sustained, focused campaign to eliminate Isis.
Obama: US "tortured some folks" after 9/11, but critics should not be "too sanctimonious"
President Obama said “a lot of those folks were working hard and under enormous pressure, and are real patriots”.
Frank Lampard sorry for 9-11 jibes, plans memorial visit
Lampard and then Chelsea team-mate were fined for their beahviour in Heathrow on 12 September, 2001.
FBI "may have created terrorists out of law-abiding individuals", says rights report
HRW and Columbia Law School report says US law enforcement effectively participated in developing terrorism plots for prosecution.
Woman who had just been raped told to "quit crying" by 911 operator
However, the operator will receive no disciplinary action.
Man calls emergency services because his wife threw out his beer
Seven times.
Pics: Have a glimpse inside the new September 11 Memorial Museum
Barack and Michelle Obama visited the $700 million museum today ahead of next week’s opening.
Unidentified 9/11 remains returned to Ground Zero
Families of those who died on the day criticised the move.
Al-Qaeda saw Canary Wharf as a target after 9/11, US trial hears
The trial heard that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the 9/11 mastermind, leafed through a book of the world’s tallest buildings looking for fresh targets.
Terrified woman calls police over home invader... who turns out to be a duck
She was woken by “banging noises” from downstairs.
9/11 conspiracy theorist arrested after interrupting Super Bowl conference
The intruder grabbed the microphone from MVP Malcom Smith.
Couple call 911 because they didn't get hash browns at McDonalds
“We had no other choice,” Michael Smith told reporters afterwards.
Harrowing Sandy Hook 911 calls made public
Victims’ families had fought to suppress the tapes, fearing that they would cause distress.
Expert panel declare World Trade Center as western hemisphere's tallest building
The panel decided in the tower’s favour in a dispute over whether the spire on top could be counted when measuring height.
In Pictures: US marks 9/11 anniversary
A number of memorials took place today to mark the twelfth anniversary of the attacks that struck America on 11 September 2001.
This 9/11 'special offer' almost closed down a golf club
The owner said he received death threats over the offer of nine holes for $9.11.
12 years on: America remembers a day of terror
See: the newspapers from 12 September 2001.
Wife of Zimmerman 'won't press charges' after domestic dispute
Shellie Zimmerman has said she won’t press charges.
These people rang 911 because they couldn't watch TV
“Previously on AMC’s Breaking B…”
The most popular book among Guantanamo inmates is '50 Shades of Grey'
Rather than the Koran the most requested book by Camp Seven detainees – some of the most high-value prisoners – is the hit EL James erotic novel.
Osama bin Laden wore a cowboy hat and had playtime with the grandchildren
A leaked document from Pakistan, published by Al Jazeera provides us with minute detail about the everyday life of the one-time most wanted man in the world.
Slain teen's mother: Screams on 911 call are my son's
17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot dead in February last year.
In pics: Final piece of spire added to One World Trade Centre
Its total height is now 541 metres, or 1,776 feet – a symbolic height chosen to echo the year 1776, when America declared independence from Britain.
NYPD confirms piece of wreckage comes from hijacked 9/11 plane
The twisted piece of wreckage, believed to be part of a wing flap, was discovered in a narrow space between two buildings.
12 years later, large piece of 9/11 airplane found in New York
Authorities said it will not be removed until the area has been thoroughly examined.
Bin Laden son in law pleads not guilty to terror
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, allegedly a senior propagandist in the Al-Qaeda network, is accused of conspiring “to kill nationals of the United States.”
Bin Laden son-in-law captured, faces terror charges in New York
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith is expected to be in US federal court in New York tomorrow in an initial hearing to face terror charges.
Poll: Do you think flight restrictions should be relaxed?
From next month, pocket knives with blades of up to six centimetres are to be allowed on flights in the US.
Young boy calls police... to avoid being sent to bed
Smart kid.
11 cover versions that prove the 1990s ruined music
It wasn’t all dance tunes and Oasis cassettes you know.
"No evidence of rendition" in garda investigations
The Department of Justice was responding to a report published today claiming Ireland facilitated the CIA’s rendition programme.
Guantanamo judge orders US to stop censoring 9/11 hearings
Judge James Pohl says the government cannot remotely censor pre-trial hearings for the suspects of the 9/11 attacks.