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Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience, TIME.com Beyond 9/11: Portraits of Resilience, TIME.com This site is not compatible with your current device. For optimal viewing experience, visit the site from your desktop or iPad. If the story of the United States has a theme so far in the 21st century, it is surely one of resilience. To hail that spirit of September 11, 2001, TIME revisited the people who led us, moved us and inspired us, from the morning of the attacks through the tumultuous decade that followed. These astonishing testimonies — from 40 men and women including George W.
9/11 jumpers: America wants to forget victims who fell from Twin Towers By Tom Leonard Updated: 10:01 GMT, 11 September 2011 Almost all of them jumped alone, although eyewitnesses talked of a couple who held hands as they fell. One woman, in a final act of modesty, appeared to be holding down her skirt. Others tried to make parachutes out of curtains or tablecloths, only to have them wrenched from their grip by the force of their descent. The fall was said to take about ten seconds. 9/11 jumpers: America wants to forget victims who fell from Twin Towers
11 septembre 2001

Au Monde.fr, un 11-Septembre de bugs et de baptême du feu Au Monde.fr, un 11-Septembre de bugs et de baptême du feu Le Monde.fr | • Mis à jour le | Par Claire Ané, avec le concours d'autres "anciens" C'est un beau mardi de septembre 2001, il est bientôt 15 heures à Paris et certains d'entre nous ne sont pas encore rentrés de leur pause déjeuner, tardive car il fallait achever la mise en ligne du Monde. Est-ce l'urgent de l'Agence France-Presse sur nos écrans d'ordinateur, une chaîne d'info française, un coup de fil ou un SMS qui nous annonce qu'un avion a percuté le World Trade Center ?
la presse mondiale face à l'indicible
des images emblématiques mais partielles
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