Photos of terrorist attacks September 11, 2001

Ten years ago, 19 people, trained al-Qaeda carried out a coordinated terrorist attack on the United States. To develop a plan terrorist attacks took several years. Terrorists are simultaneously captured 4 large passenger aircraft with the intention of destroying them with the help of the most famous landmarks US, taking with it as much as possible lives. Three aircraft achieved the goals fourth crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. In one day, these acts of mass murder killed about 3,000 people from 57 countries. Of these, more than 400 victims - firefighters, police and ambulance crews. This event is to get the most coverage in the history of the media, and even ten years later, hard to look at these pictures. The attacks and the response to them is largely shaped the world in which we live today, and so it is important to look at these pictures and remember what happened that day. This post - the second of three devoted to the September 11 attacks.

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1. View of the Statue of Liberty and covered with clouds of smoke and dust Manhattan from Jersey City, NJ, Sept. 15, 2001. (AP Photo / Dan Loh) 8a167b2a1b.jpg

2. The smoke coming out of a hole in the wall and from the upper floors of the North Tower of the WTC in New York, after a collision with her flight 11 of American Airlines. (AP Photo / Richard Drew) b979fa1187.jpg

3. Flight 175 of United Airlines for a second before the collision with the south tower of the World Trade Center. North Tower is already burning. (Reuters / Sean Adair) f3e7d13cfa.jpg

4. The explosion in the south tower during clashes with her Flight 175 United Airlines in New York, September 11, 2001. The plane crashed into a building at a speed of 945 km / h. (Reuters / Sean Adair) 53bfdf7b06.jpg

5. aircraft collisions with the South Tower of the WTC. On board were 56 passengers (including the 5 hijackers). (Spencer Platt / Getty Images) 4e12de8dee.jpg

6. Explosion 3800 liters of fuel remain on board the aircraft during a collision with the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York. (AP Photo / Ernesto Mora) 1bbbcefaf8.jpg

7. Two women dezhras for each other, looking at the last minute after the terrorist attacks of the World Trade Center buildings. (AP Photo / Ernesto Mora) 2cdb088f9b.jpg

8. For the Empire State Building can be seen burning twin towers. (AP Photo / Marty Lederhandler) 4baca54dc0.jpg

9. cloud of smoke from the World Trade Center buildings in lower Manhattan. Satellite image USGS flying over the area around 9:30 in the Tuesday, September 11, 2001. (AP Photo / USGS) a4e102e755.jpg

10. People are hanging out of the windows of the north tower of the WTC after the attack. (Jose Jimenez / Primera Hora / Getty Images) c29fbb604a.jpg

11. A man jumps to his death from the smoke and flames filled the north tower of the WTC. (Jose Jimenez / Primera Hora / Getty Images) ac5263e22b.jpg

12. A man jumping from the upper floors of the North Tower of the WTC burning. (AP Photo / Richard Drew) bb94a23b34.jpg

13. A man jumps out of the north tower of the WTC. (AP Photo / Richard Drew) 6c19ffe7d1.jpg

14. The surveillance camera captured the explosion at the Pentagon, which has resulted in a collision with a hijacked American Airlines plane with 58 passengers and 6 crew members on board, 11 September 2001. (AP Photo) 5e33968e76.jpg

15. Flames and smoke erupt from the Pentagon after the explosion. (AP Photo / Will Morris) 6d73fa1b67.jpg

16. Firefighters extinguish the Pentagon after the terrorist attacks September 11, 2001. (Reuters / Hyungwon Kang) de14c3cf48.jpg

17. Medics assist victims near the Pentagon after in the southwest corner of the building crashed hijacked airliner. (Reuters / US Navy Photo / Journalist 1st Class Mark D. Faram) 6fdd372d6e.jpg

18. The wall of the Pentagon after the terrorist attacks September 11, 2001. (Reuters / Kevin Lamarque) 2e268655ad.jpg

19. smoke coming from the World Trade Center towers after two hijacked planes crashed into them during the terrorist attack on New York. (Mario Tama / Getty Images) 85a4b7990d.jpg

20. At 9:59 am September 11, 2001, after 56 minutes after the collision, the south tower of the WTC begins to plummet. (AP Photo / Gulnara Samoilova) 20647343b8.jpg

21. South Tower of the WTC collapses, and debris are buried under a nearby street. (AP Photo / Richard Drew) 0a8bd341a9.jpg

22. The police and pedestrians running for cover during the terrorist attack in New York. (Doug Kanter / AFP / Getty Images) 71c409ea36.jpg

23. People, covered with dust, go through the debris near the World Trade Center in New York September 11, 2001. (AP Photo / Gulnara Samoilova) f2b376bec2.jpg

24. Mara Stahl of Somerset, Pennsylvania, shows a picture made them crash site of Flight 93 United Airlines. The plane crashed about Shenksvill, and Stahl, heard the explosion, went to the crash site and took a picture before rescuers cordoned off the area. The plane crashed in Pennsylvania shortly after the attacks on New York. (Reuters / Jason Cohn) c4063965df.jpg

25. Aerial photograph the crash site of Flight 93 in Shenksvill, Pennsylvania, made the FBI September 12, 2001. The Boeing 757 was flying from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco when he suddenly made a sharp turn near Cleveland, and crashed in Shenksvill, Pennsylvania. 44 people were killed. This aircraft was one of the four, is part of the September 11 attacks, and the only one who has not reached his goal. (AP Photo / FBI) ​​0c663a6dd9.jpg

26. Firefighters and rescuers examine the crash site of Flight 93 near Shenksvill, Pennsylvania. (AP Photo / Tribune-Democrat / David Lloyd) de67451a90.jpg

27. At 10:28 am September 11, 2001 after 102 minutes after the collision with her aircraft, the north tower of the WTC in New York collapsing. (AP Photo / Diane Bondareff) 36cf64488a.jpg

28. Collapse of WTC September 11, 2001 in New York. (Jose Jimenez / Primera Hora / Getty Images) 8ff56300e4.jpg

29. Photo of the police department of New York shows how the ash and smoke spread over Manhattan during the collapse of the north tower of the WTC. (AP Photo / NYPD, Det. Greg Semendinger) 127c5ddb26.jpg

30. Dust, smoke and debris fill the air during the fall of WTC September 11, 2001 in New York. (Reuters / Shannon Stapleton) e1a1bf4e92.jpg

31. Dust, smoke and ash envelop neighboring buildings after the fall of the two towers of the WTC September 11, 2001 in New York. (AP Photo / NYPD, Det. Greg Semendinger) fec9162387.jpg

32. People are moving away from the collapsed towers to escape the smoke and dust. As a result of Sept. 11, 2001 in New York City two 110-story towers of the World Trade Center collapsed. (AP Photo / Suzanne Plunkett) 91c521b51d.jpg

33. North Tower of the World Trade Center turns into a cloud of dust and debris in half an hour after the collapse of the south tower 11 September 2001. The picture was taken from Jersey City, New Jersey, from the opposite bank of the Hudson River. (Reuters / Ray Stubblebine) 395e621955.jpg

34. People make their way through the wreckage near the ruins of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001 in New York. (AP Photo / Gulnara Samoilova) 5dad7c2c34.jpg

35. The priest helps people after the fall of the towers of the World Trade Center in New York September 11, 2001. (AP Photo / Gulnara Samoilova) a7cb267af2.jpg

36. People cover their faces from dust, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge to get away from the cloud of dust and smoke that covered Manhattan after the attacks. (AP Photo / Daniel Shanken) 51b61a6237.jpg

37. People on the street next to the Twin Towers September 11, 2001. (Mario Tama / Getty Images) a6642539f5.jpg

38. The deputy assists a woman, were injured during the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. (AP Photo / Gulnara Samiolava) 3c33471e58.jpg

39. A man is crying, watching the fall of the WTC towers in New York, September 11, 2001. (AP Photo / Shawn Baldwin) a2d4a96c3a.jpg

40. Fire is resting on a bench in lower Manhattan during the work at the site of the Twin Towers September 11, 2001. (AP Photo / Matt Moyer) c07b0f78e5.jpg

41. Building debris and ashes from falling towers of the World Trade Center as a result of a terrorist attack, fill the streets of Manhattan, turning the city into the picture view of the Apocalypse. Buildings collapsed, buried under the rubble, thousands of people. (AP Photo / Boudicon One) 2c2eb66092.jpg

42. Fire calls for help rescuers to dismantle the wreckage of the WTC. The photo was taken September 15, 2001. (Reuters / US Navy / Journalist 1st Class Preston Keres) b6cab697d8.jpg

43. The chassis of one of the hijacked planes lying on the street near the destroyed World Trade Center buildings in New York, September 11, 2001. (Reuters / Shannon Stapleton) e71bffb6b0.jpg

44. Fire in the search for survivors in the rubble of the twin towers posleterakta September 11, 2001. (AP Photo / Matt Moyer) 0d19c0b690.jpg

45. The light barely breaks through the clouds of smoke and ash on the site of the collapse of the WTC towers. (AP Photo / Baldwin) a427ebd34d.jpg

46. ​​New York firefighters extinguish building 7 World Trade Center, destroyed along with the twin towers in the terrorist attack September 11, 2001. (Reuters / Mike Segar) bf140766dd.jpg

47. The Group of fire near the ruins of the south tower of the World Trade Center in New York, September 11, 2001. (Reuters / Peter Morgan) 665c8b6bd5.jpg

48. The debris covered the track in the tunnel of the New York subway lines 1 and 9 Cortlandt Street station at the World Trade Center. According to representatives of the City of New York dransporta, the damage was so severe that he had to recover more than one mile tunnel. (AP Photo / New York City Transit) f74ae14163.jpg

49. Rescuers carry out an operation to search and rescue, going down under the wreckage of the WTC on Friday, September 14, 2001. (Reuters / US Navy / Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Jim Watson) 7422ed045f.jpg

50. A man stands in the ruins of the WTC towers and tries to call survivors, asks whether you need someone to help. (Doug Kanter / AFP / Getty Images)

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