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Hillary Clinton feels good, says she didn't pass out during stumble at 9/11 memorial ceremony
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Hillary Clinton feels good, says she didn't pass out during stumble at 9/11 memorial ceremony

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Monday that she's feeling better since falling ill at a 9/11 memorial ceremony, but she never lost consciousness and didn't think her pneumonia diagnosis was significant enough to disclose beforehand.

Facebook uses a plane emoji to remember 9/11; what's needed is common sense
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Facebook uses a plane emoji to remember 9/11; what's needed is common sense

When you login to Facebook, it asks you the standard question on the text field to update your status. What's on your mind. If you're someone who's remembering what happened on 11 September, 2001, and all those who have survived, or have suffered loss, how would you express it on Facebook?

Facebook takes down article claiming '9/11' to be a conspiracy from Trending Topics
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Facebook takes down article claiming '9/11' to be a conspiracy from Trending Topics

Facebook "Trending" topic algorithms pushed a conspiracy theory article claiming that "9/11" was a "controlled demolition."

Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia, 'dehydrated' at 11 September attacks anniversary event
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Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia, 'dehydrated' at 11 September attacks anniversary event

Hillary Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia and was dehydrated when she suddenly left a 9/11 memorial ceremony Sunday

11 September attacks: White House campaign casts a shadow over 15th anniversary
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11 September attacks: White House campaign casts a shadow over 15th anniversary

The US marked the 15th anniversary of the 11 September attacks with the solemn roll call of the dead Sunday but couldn't keep the presidential campaign from intruding on what is traditionally a politics-free moment of remembrance.

US: Our diversity is not a weakness, says Obama as America mourns on 15th anniversary of 9/11
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US: Our diversity is not a weakness, says Obama as America mourns on 15th anniversary of 9/11

America commemorated the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on Sunday with emotional services of remembrance in New York.

A day that changed the world: US marks 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks
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A day that changed the world: US marks 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks

Tributes were paid across the nation before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks

From the rubble: Last fragments from September 11 attacks reach public memorials
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From the rubble: Last fragments from September 11 attacks reach public memorials

In 2009, the Port Authority decided to distribute the objects to non-profit organisations and government entities for use in public memorial projects.

Fifteen years after 11 September attacks: Terrorism a mutating virus adapting to changing world
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Fifteen years after 11 September attacks: Terrorism a mutating virus adapting to changing world

Post 9/11 terrorism, the risk posed by people you’ve known for years, picking up a gun and going on a shooting spree – inspired by something they’ve seen online – is growing.

September 11 attacks: The 102 minutes that changed America
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September 11 attacks: The 102 minutes that changed America

The Al-Qaeda plane hijackings of 11 September, 2001 — the first foreign attack on the US mainland in nearly two centuries — ruptured a sense of safety and plunged the West into wars still being fought today.

September 11 attacks: Osama bin Laden's dead but conspiracy theories are still alive
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September 11 attacks: Osama bin Laden's dead but conspiracy theories are still alive

At the Quindecennial anniversary of the infamous attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon just outside Washington, Americans would be forced to revisit and relive the “horror” that they witnessed.

From Fahrenheit 9/11 to The Newsroom: How September 11 attacks were portrayed on screen
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From Fahrenheit 9/11 to The Newsroom: How September 11 attacks were portrayed on screen

The 9/11 attacks have its base in how we deal with the portrayal of terrorism in films today

Deciding to go after Osama into Pakistan was not an easy choice: Hillary Clinton
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Deciding to go after Osama into Pakistan was not an easy choice: Hillary Clinton

Ahead of the 15th anniversary of 9/11, former secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said going after al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden into Pakistan was "not an easy choice".

Bin Laden's son urges overthrow of Saudi rulers,
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Bin Laden's son urges overthrow of Saudi rulers, "free" themselves from US influence

The son of Al-Qaeda's slain founder Osama bin Laden has urged Saudis to "overthrow" the kingdom's rulers in order to "free" themselves from US influence, SITE Intelligence Group reported on Wednesday.

Nato chief takes on Donald Trump, says 'solidarity is key'
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Nato chief takes on Donald Trump, says 'solidarity is key'

Nato is based on the principle of collective defence, with all members agreeing to defend each other against external attacks.

Nice attack: Security agencies need to stay ahead of the curve to counter terrorism
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Nice attack: Security agencies need to stay ahead of the curve to counter terrorism

One terror attack after another is taking place in various corners of the world, where the terrorists are resorting to a new modus operandi each time, but objective remains the same — to kill as many people as possible and inflict as much destruction possible, ultimately aiming at an apocalypse.

Art reflects reality: 9/11 museum to mark 15th anniversary of tragedy with special exhibition
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Art reflects reality: 9/11 museum to mark 15th anniversary of tragedy with special exhibition

The display is the first in the museum's special exhibition gallery where various 9/11-related topics are planned in the future.

'We are all Osama': Bin Laden's son threatens revenge against US in an audio message
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'We are all Osama': Bin Laden's son threatens revenge against US in an audio message

The son of slain al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has threatened revenge against the United States for assassinating his father.

UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001, reveals inquiry into the 2003 Iraq war
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UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001, reveals inquiry into the 2003 Iraq war

The UK feared an India-Pakistan nuclear war in the wake of the terror attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001.

Behave or be like North Korea: former US diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad on Pakistan
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Behave or be like North Korea: former US diplomat Zalmay Khalilzad on Pakistan

Conversations have taken place between US and Pakistan — it is likely that the generals have been told clearly that if Taliban is not brought to the negotiating table then they can expect further sanctions.