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IN WASHINGTON

Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006

Bulldozers tackle Pentagon debris
Thursday, September 20, 2001

Washington -- Workers used miniature bulldozers to remove debris yesterday from damaged sections of the Pentagon. Officials said they have identified 33 bodies from among the 189 people believed missing or dead after last week's attack.
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Warplanes ordered to deploy
By PAUL KORING, The Globe and Mail
Thursday, September 20, 2001

WASHINGTON -- More than 100 U.S. warplanes could begin flying to forward bases in the Middle East as soon as today in a deployment dubbed Operation Infinite Justice.

This bolstering of the already formidable air power the United States has based in Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia is the first significant overseas deployment as Washington girds for punitive strikes against states it accuses of harbouring and supporting terrorists.
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  • Six-month Memorial for Sept. 11 - U.S. President George Bush speaks from the White House. "The terrorists will remember Sept. 11 as the day their reckoning began," he said.

  • In Canada - Relatives of Canadian victims of the World Trade Centre attacks wonder why there's no six-month memorial here at home.

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