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Monday, 17 September, 2001, 07:00 GMT 08:00 UK
In pictures: New York mourns
American mourners for the victims of last Tuesday's terror attacks turned out to pray on Sunday. In New York, social and ethnic divides disappeared as thousands came together in St Patrick's Cathedral and other churches.

Mourners at St Patrick's Cathedral, New York
About 5,000 people came to St Patrick's to pray and weep

Mourner
Patriotic feeling was strong among the congregation

Roman Catholic Cardinal Edward Egan, leading the mass
Cardinal Edward Egan said the city had shown "its best" in the aftermath of the attacks

New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani
Mayor Giuliani, who has supervised the rescue effort since the start, was among the mourners

Hands of mourners Candida Boyette and John Georges
The city's rich racial mix was evident in the congregation

Mourner Floriana Martinez
Two of this mourner's colleagues from a restaurant at the WTC are missing

Mourners at the Cathedral Church of St John, New York
For some of New York's mourners, the grief was too much
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