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Tuesday, 25 September, 2001, 14:32 GMT 15:32 UK
In pictures: Ground Zero two weeks on
Two weeks after the World Trade Center was destroyed in an airborne suicide attack, hope of finding any more survivors in the twisted wreckage is all but gone.

Debris
The search for survivors continues around the clock

Salvage operation
But no-one has been found alive since the day after the attack

Rubble
Salvage workers have only removed a fraction of the debris

Soldier and detective
Every piece of suspect wreckage is taken away for investigation

Rescuer
The rescue effort takes its toll on exhausted workers

Sniffer dog
Sniffer dogs are still being used to try to detect signs of life

Building and flag
Patriotism continues to galvanise the rescue effort

Rescuer
For some, though, the enormity of the task is all too apparent
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