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Sunday, 23 September, 2001, 21:31 GMT 22:31 UK
In pictures: A Prayer for America
Thousands of friends and relatives of the victims of the US terror attacks were among those gathered for a multi-faith memorial service at the New York Yankees baseball stadium on Sunday.

Woman holds a photo of a missing person
Many in the crowd held US flags and pictures of loved ones

Oprah Winfrey (right) together with religious leaders
Chat show host Oprah Winfrey led proceedings

Frances Ortega
Frances Ortega had a job interview at the WTC scheduled for 11 September, but it was cancelled

New York General Assembly member Anthony Seminerio (right) holds a teddy bear
The service gave people the chance to reflect

Two women grieve for a missing relative
And grieve and honour those missing, presumed dead

Sikhs at the service
Many religions were represented at the multi-faith event

Crowd at the service
Americans are still coming to terms with the loss of thousands of lives
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