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Thursday, July 24
The Aftermath of the WTC bombings

How New Yorkers lives have changed
Two-thirds of the people questioned said they were very concerned about another attack in New York, one-third said that their lives have still not returned to normal. Case studies explored.

Germans think US had something to do with 9/11
In Germany, among people under the age of 30, 31 percent believed that the U.S. government could have ordered the September 11 attacks itself.

Americans convinced Iraq had something to do with 9/11
Seven in 10 Americans continue to believe that Iraq's Saddam Hussein had a role in the attacks, even though the Bush administration and congressional investigators say they have no evidence of this.

From Human Rights Watch report on Afghanistan
Armed robbery, abduction, rape and assaults on civilians, often committed by members of the police, military and intelligence services with the knowledge of high-level commanders are commonplace. Much of the blame lies with American officials who have appointed corrupt leaders.

The cia/fbi could have stopped/detected the attacks if they had been more thorough.