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September 11 one year on Monday, 2 September, 2002, 11:00 GMT 12:00 UK
New York
BBC News Online gave people in five cities across the world the chance to air their views in our on-street video booths. People in New York, Kabul, Birmingham, Boston and London share their memories of 11 September and their hopes for the future.

New York is America's most populous city and is one of the world's most vibrant centres of finance and culture, it was devastated by the attacks of Sept 11.
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London
London is the capital of the UK and an important financial centre. Many feared it too would be a target.
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Kabul
Once a centre of culture and learning, over two decades of war have reduced the Afghan capital to a state of decay.
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Birmingham
Birmingham is England's second city. It is one of the UK's largest multi-cultural cities.
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Boston
The planes which crashed into the World Trade Center both took off from Boston's Logan Airport. Ninety-three local residents were killed in the attacks.
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