The World Remembered 9-11: ‘The Day the World Had Changed’, Featured Worldwide on 10th Anniversary of Twin Towers

By on Sep 12, 2011 in Announcement, Events, International, Politics, United States, World Comments

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The world remembered 9/11, September 11, 2001, when people all over the world commemorated the event with America, where over 3,000 people met their demise in what was considered as the worst disaster of the century.

‘The Day the World Had Changed’’ was featured worldwide, which talked about what actually happened that fateful day; where and what President Bush did then, how the leaders of America reacted to the  terrorists’ attack, and how the American people reacted.

In the video, it showed the moment when President Bush, who was in a children’s reading book session, was whispered to by one of his aides. The blank expression he tried to display, and the succeeding prime moves that he had done was shown. It was a remarkable video which the world can relate to.

International news revealed that around the world there were activities in observance of the 10th anniversary of the Twin Towers‘ attack; Prince Charles, offered a wreath for the victims while the Pope in Rome, offered a prayer for the deceased.

Reportedly, in the 9/11 event, 67 countries were affected and the world felt what terrorism can do. In May 2011, the alleged leader, Osama bin Laden, of the 9/11 attack met his end under the hands of the US Navy seals who have entered Pakistan through helicopters in a  covert mission.

Up to this day, the US and many countries still could remember September 11, 2001, 9/11 and concerned organizations like the CIA, hope that this would never be forgotten because according to them, it is in complacency that it could happen again.



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