September 11
One Year Later
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Since the bombing campaign in Afghanistan the hundreds of thousands of refugees who fled the country are beginning to make their way home. But it will be some time before the burgeoning camps empty completely. Web One has this look at refugee life.

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[No Refuge]

 

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The twisted remains of the World Trade Center. Hungry people in a refugee camp. The story in pictures from around the world: A Flash photogallery

 

  View various other multimedia such as photos, and interactive maps of 9/11.  
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Civil rights organizations, lawyers and community groups say Middle Eastern and Muslim men have been questioned, harassed and detained over the past year. However, as Sandra Bartlett reports for CBC Radio's The World This Weekend, there is no way of knowing the extent of the problem because the government refuses to talk about the issue at all.
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[Muslims in Canada
Runs: 4:28]

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Officials still don't have a final total of those killed in the September 11 attacks. The latest figure is about 3,000. Arriving at that number represents a huge and heroic job by coroners and other forensics experts. CBC Radio's Kelly Ryan explains their obsession on The World This Weekend.
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[Identifying The Missing
Runs: 4:25
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What should replace the Twin Towers? The organization responsible for
figuring it out is meeting with New Yorkers to discuss what kind of
monument will honour the victims, answer the terrorists and rebuilds the
downtown core all at once. Mimi Tompkins reports for The World This
Weekend.
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[WTC Memorial Runs: 5:00]

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Immediately after the attacks of September 11th, Americans stepped up
security at many public places. CBC Radio's Steve Futterman reports on
changes to security at sporting events one year later, on The World This Weekend.
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[Sports Security Runs: 3:02]

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In the wake of September 11, hundreds of Arab and Muslim men were rounded up as suspects. During their detention, many say they were subjected to racism, institutional cruelty and injustice. The National's Clifton Joseph has this profile of one of them, Shakir Baloch.
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[Detention Runs 13:13]

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