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Published: Sunday 2011-09-11.
Today it has been ten years since
the September eleven attacks
in the USA.
Yet I still remember exactly where I were when I heard the news about the
first plane crashing, how I did not want to believe it and how all the news
web sites suddenly were clogged.
How I biked home from work, just to hear about the second attack, how I sat
down watching the TV news all night and how I stopped watching CNN because
their reporting turned very nationalistic (not that I really can blame
Ten years have passed, but it could have been yesterday.
Or, for that matter, tomorrow.
That is perhaps the most frightening part.