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Thursday, January 24, 2002, updated at 10:11(GMT+8)

The United States Under Terror Attack
U.S. Marks Three-Month Anniversary of September 11 Attacks

The United States marked the three-month anniversary of September 11 terrorist attacks on Tuesday with the American national anthem playing at the White House and across the country.

President George W. Bush, who led the commemoration, said America does not need monuments and memorials to grieve the deaths of more than 3,000 people killed in the terrorist attacks.

"For those of us who lived through these events, the only marker we'll ever need is the tick of a clock on the 46th minute on the 8th hour of the 11th day," Bush said.

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U.S. Marks Three-Month Anniversary of September 11 Attacks
The United States marked the three-month anniversary of September 11 terrorist attacks on Tuesday with the American national anthem playing at the White House and across the country.

U.S. Announces First Indictment in September 11 Attacks
U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft on Tuesday announced the first indictment concerning September 11 terrorist attacks which killed over 3,000 people.

Ceremony Commemorates September 11 Incident in Beijing
Vice Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing, on behalf of the Chinese government, attended a ceremony hosted Tuesday evening in Beijing by Michael William Marine, US minister counselor to China, to commemorate the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington D.C.. Li reiterated the stance of the Chinese government and said China is ready to work with the US to strengthen dialogues and cooperation in anti-terrorism issues.

CAAC: US 9.11 Attack Brings 2Bn Yuan Loss to China's Aviation
Source from Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) said that China's aviation industry suffered over 2 billion yuan loss from the American September 11 attacks, the 9.11 attack has brought severe and direct influence on China's aviation industry.

Bin Laden Admits Launching Terror Attacks on September 11: Newspaper
Osama Bin Laden has for the first time admitted that his al-Qaeda group launched the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon, the Sunday Telegraph reported on Sunday.

Poll: Americans' Confidence in Anti-Terrorism War Weakens
The American public is losing confidence in the current US war against terrorism, according to a CBS-New York Times poll published on Tuesday.

Families Gather to Mourn Loved Ones at Ex-World Trade Center in U.S.
Thousands of family members of those killed by the terrorist attacks on September 11 gathered at the site of the World trade Center here Sunday to bid farewell to their loved ones.

US House Approves 100-Billion-Dollar Economic Stimulus Package
The US House of Representatives on Wednesday narrowly approved a Republican economic stimulus plan of 100 billion U.S. dollars in an effort to revive the ailing economy.

Number of Missing people at World Trade Center Site Drops to 4,339
Six weeks after two hijacked passenger planes hit and toppled the World Trade Center (WTC) here, the number of those reported missing dropped to 4,339, city officials said on Tuesday.

Bush Says Bin Laden Might Be Behind Anthrax Cases
US President George W. Bush said Monday that Saudi-born militant Osama bin Laden might be behind anthrax attacks on the US.

US Warplanes Raid Kabul, Other Cities of Afghanistan Sunday
US warplanes Sunday morning launched air strikes for seven straight day on Afghanistan's ruling Taliban, according to reports from Kabul,capital of Afghanistan.

World Trade Center Missing Toll at 4,688
The number of people missing or dead at the World Trade Center (WTC) in New York after the terrorist attacks fell to 4,688, according to the latest information from city authorities on Saturday.

Britain Plays Support Role in Attacks on Afghanistan
British military forces were on Saturday involved in a supporting role during the sixth night of the United States-led air strikes on Afghanistan.

Jalalabad Hit by US Strike as First Foreign Journalists Arrive
The eastern Afghanistan city of Jalalabad early Sunday came under fresh attacks by US jets which dropped several bombs as the first group of foreign journalists allowed into the country arrived at the city, CNN reported.

US Missiles Hit Civilians in Jalalabad
US-led airstrikes hit residential areas and killed civilians in areas in and around Jalalabad, northern Afghanistan, according to news reports from Kabul Sunday.

URGENT: US Warplanes Bomb Herat Airport
The US warplanes bombed Herat airport at least seven times during the fresh attacks on Saturday night, according to the Pakistan-based Afghan Islamic Press (AIP).

URGENT: Kabul, Kandahar Under Fresh Attacks
Afghan capital of Kabul witnessed new bombardment on Saturday night, with the airport still being a target of the US-led air strike, the Al-Jazeera tv network reported.

Taliban Radar Systems Damaged by US Rockets: AIP
Afghan Taliban's radar systems in Baghalan and Herat province received serious damages during the fresh US-led air attacks on Saturday, according to the Pakistan- based Afghan Islamic Press (AIP).

Indonesian Veep Urges US to Halt Attacks in Afghanistan
Indonesian Vice President Hamzah Haz Saturday urged the United States to stop the military attacks in Afghanistan to avoid further civilian casualties.

Loud Explosions in Kandahar as US Resumes Attacks Saturday
US-led air forces resumed airstrikes at Kandahar, the stronghold of ruling Taliban of Afghanistan for the sixth consecutive night Saturday, according to reports reaching here.

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