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Saturday, 7 September, 2002, 19:27 GMT 20:27 UK
Global phone-in

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The aftermath of the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001 reverberated around the globe.

BBC News Online, BBC World Service Radio and American National Public Radio stations have been hosting a live two hour global interactive phone-in from Washington to bring together opinions from around the world one year on.

Listeners were able to give their views and experiences of how the world has changed since September 11 and how the war on terrorism has impacted on people's lives.

BBC and NPR foreign correspondents from around the globe also joined the debate to answer listeners' questions.

Are you still affected by the events of one year ago? Do you feel more or less secure now? What has been the impact of the war on terror where you live? Should the war be extended to other countries like Iraq? Or do we just accept and live with the threat of terrorism?

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