September 11

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September 11


Celebrated in: Ethiopia

Festa da Serreta (September 8-15)

Grandparents' Day (September, first Sunday after Labor Day) Sep 11, 2011; Sep 11, 2016; Sep 11, 2022

Roman Games (September 4-19)

Legal Holidays by Countries

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'The Thailand team would also land in Pakistan on September 11 to participate in the Davis Cup,' he said.
OUTLANE | Burglars used a pair of garden shears to smash a window and steal jewellery from the bedroom of a house on Quebec Road on September 11.
Pat Lyons, a member of squad 252, was one of the brave NYC Firefighters that lost their lives while saving others on September 11, 2001.
"The September 11 (attacks) were actually a planned game to provoke the human community's sentiments and find an excuse for launching attack on Muslim regions and occupying Iraq and Afghanistan, which led to the massacre of one million innocent people," Ahmadinejad said on Sunday.
"Of course as a result of September 11 the whole world started talking about terrorism.
Saturday, September 11, 2010, Mass at Our Lady of the Cape Church, Brewster.
The Iranian president has questioned the official US version of the September 11 attacks before, but this is the first time he ventured to label it a "big lie."
<div class="imageNone" style="width: 450px;"><img id="3652" class="imgPhoto" src="" alt="President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama take part in a moment of silence marking the eighth anniversary of the September 11 attacks on New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania, on the South Lawn at the White House in Washington, September 11, 2009.
Dorworth, 30, of Lake Mary, co-owner of Dorworth Property Group LLC, succeeding Brooke Goldfarb, appointed for a term beginning September 11, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012.
(17) To put these numbers into context, the September 11 attacks cost approximately $500,000, or $26,000 per terrorist.
Under arrangements put in place after the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States, European airlines pass on data on passengers, including addresses and credit card details, to be allowed to land at US airports.