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Militarisation, repression and capitalism in the US

A global police state – the military arm for capital interests – marginalises, controls and subjugates millions of people considered surplus humanity

Censorship, surveillance could be the biggest rights challenges post Covid-19

The impacts of these infringements could last well beyond the life of the Covid-19 pandemic

9/11 now: Terror, militarism, war and fear as the ‘war on terror’ continues unabated

It is no wonder that this war persists as terror groups expand further.

9/11: Remembering the day the world changed

With remnants of the towers and names of the victims on its walls, the September 11 Memorial Museum is a reminder of 9/11, writes Lisa-Anne Julien.

Race is the rage as American-Indian wins Miss America

As Nina Davuluri took the title of Miss America, Haji Mohamed Dawjee looks at the harsh reception the first Indian-American winner received.

9/11 ceremony will be a quiet ‘last’ for mayor Bloomberg

When September 11 anniversary unfolds, the mayor who helped orchestrate the observances from the start will be watching for his last time in office.

One World Trade Centre reaches its final height

The World Trade Centre's rebirth has long revolved around creating symbolism on the site: a skyscraper and a bold statement about looking forward.

Boston bombing suspect seen on video – US police

Investigators spotted a Boston Marathon bombing suspect on security video footage taken before two blasts went off, says a law enforcement source.

Time is right again for Hollywood to blow up the White House

Twelve years after the terror attacks, directors are daring to film the Capitol in flames.

Bin Laden fathered four children while in hiding

Osama bin Laden fathered four children as he hid out in Pakistan after the 9/11 attacks, his youngest wife has told interrogators.

Bathroom jitters lead F-16s to shadow two US flights

On the anniversary of 9/11, crews on two US flights were so unnerved by long bathroom visits that fighter jets were scrambled to shadow the flights

9/11 commemorations draw to a close

The name-reading ceremony of the nearly 3000 people killed on September 11 2001 ended on Sunday in New York with buglers playing taps.

Jittery US unites in grief during 9/11 anniversary

A jittery US has come together in grief during the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks which killed almost 3 000 people and plunged it into war.

Terror threat casts shadow over 9/11 ceremonies

President Barack Obama has vowed that the US will never waver in its fight against terrorism as Americans mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11 attacks.

The stories behind the story

<b>Dominic Streatfeild</b>, director of Al Jazeera's documentary <em>9/11 Decade</em>, writes about telling the story behind the terror attacks.

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