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STORY OF THE WEEK Remembering 9/11 (2)

STORY OF THE WEEK – Week Ending 17th Sept. 2004
Remembering 9/11 (Part 2)

Remembering 9/11: Truth Movement Marches On - September 11, 2004 was a time of sad remembrance and deep reflection for all Americans. For some, it was also a day to ask for honest answers to troubling questions, as yet unanswered, about the events of 9/11. See... UQ Wire: 9/11 Truth Movement Marches On

John Roughan: Remembering 9/11 In The Solomons - On Saturday last (9 September) much of the world remembered with sorrow what happened three years ago in New York City. See... John Roughan: 9/11 Changed our World!
MORE:
- John Kerry - 9/11 Families Endorse John Kerry for President

Remembering 9/11: Another Open Letter Blasts 911 Commission's Findings - The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States ended its report stating that ''We look forward to a national debate on the merits of what we have recommended, and we will participate vigorously in that debate.'' See... UQ Wire: Security Experts Blast 9-11 Commission

For much more see… STORY OF THE WEEK: Remembering 9/11 & 911 Unanswered Questions -Scoop Special Feature '01-'04

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