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11. September 2001

"Nach dem zweiten Flugzeug war klar: Das ist kein Unfall!"

10.09.2021

Roland Arens, Chefredakteur und damaliger Online-Redakteur des „Luxemburger Wort“, erinnert sich an die Attentate am 11. September und wie dieser Tag den Online-Journalismus geprägt hat.

Von Tammy Schmit und Sibila Lind


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20 Jahre nach dem 11. September 2001
Zwanzig Jahre nach "9/11" kehrt LW-Korrespondent Thomas J. Spang an den Ort des Anschlags vom 11. September 2001 zurück.
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 06: One World Trade Center is reflected in the glass of The Millennium Hilton New York Downtown on September 06, 2021 in New York City. Twenty years after al-Qaeda terrorists flew two hijacked aircraft into the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center, the 16-acre area is now a memorial to the 2,606 civilians, firefighters, and law enforcement officers who died in the towers and in the surrounding area and the 147 civilians who were aboard the airliners.   Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images/AFP
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20 Jahre nach dem 9/11
Ausgerechnet im Iran gingen die Menschen nach 9/11 zu Mahnwachen auf die Straße. Dennoch landete das Land auf der "Achse des Bösen".
(FILES) In this file photo taken on September 10, 2001, a hijacked commercial plane crashes into the World Trade Center in New York. - The remains of two more victims of 9/11 have been identified, thanks to advanced DNA technology, New York officials announced on September 8, 2021, just days before the 20th anniversary of the attacks. The office of the city's chief medical examiner said it had formally identified the 1,646th and 1,647th victim of the al-Qaeda attacks on New York's Twin Towers which killed 2,753 people. They are the first identifications of victims from the collapse of the World Trade Center since October 2019. (Photo by SETH MCALLISTER / AFP)