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Some 9/11 families demand release of FBI documents detailing Saudi role in terrorist attack

A group of September 11th families have written a letter to the Director of National Intelligence asking for the declassification of FBI documents that examine the role of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

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Street named in honor of Andrew Stern, killed in 9/11 terrorist attacks

After years of denials and waiting, a street in Lynbrook has been renamed for Andrew Stern, who was killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

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9/11 memorial at Chico fire station vandalized

Vandals have again hit the 9/11 Memorial in Chico, California, damaging a personal memorial to FDNY Lt. Paul Mitchell by his sister. For the last four months, vandals have burned flags and done other damage at the memorial at Chico Fire Department Station 5, reports Rick Silva for Paradise Post. Marie Mitchell will create a […]

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