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09/15/01 - THE WORLD PAUSES - PHOTOS OF THE WORLD MOURNING


 

President Bush and first lady Laura Bush stand as the American flag passes during a national day of prayer and remembrance service at the National Cathedral in Washington, Friday, September 14, 2001. They are joined in the front row by former President George Bush and Barbara Bush, and former President Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-NY with their daughter Chelsea. The president addressed the gathering and called for 'patience and resolve' in responding to the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

A Cambodian girl holds a U.S. flag in Phnom Penh September 15, 2001. Hundreds of Buddhist monks, government officials, and local people turned out on Saturday to the capital's main Buddhist temple to pay their respects to those killed in the terrorist attack on New York and Washington earlier this week. Among those who joined the mourning ceremony was U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia Kent Wiedemann and other foreign diplomats. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

THE WORLD PAUSES A Russian woman lights candles mourning the victims of the terrorist attacks in the United States during a special service at St. Nicholas Cathedral in Moscow.

Chicagoans who gathered in Daley Plaza for a moment of silence, later erupted into chants of "USA! USA!" and waved American flags. Across the country, bells tolled, candles flickered, flags waved and mourners sang songs like "Amazing Grace" and "God Bless America."
New York - President Bush greets New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, left, and Gov. George Pataki at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J. Bush toured the disaster site later on foot after a getting a helicopter view of the devastation.
THE WORLD PAUSES George Square is packed as crowds gather for a three-minute moment of silence in Scotland.
THE WORLD PAUSES Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi, center, reads his bible during a memorial service at the Pentecostal church in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
THE WORLD PAUSES Russian Orthodox believers pray during a special mourning service in St. Nicholas Cathedral in Moscow. Similar services were held in many Russian Orthodox churches.
THE WORLD PAUSES People gather in London's Parliament Square, waiting for Big Ben to strike during three minutes of silence.
Kuwaiti citizen Bader Al Barasi, left, donates blood for the victims of the Tuesday terrorist attacks in the U.S. at the Kuwait Central Blood Bank, in Kuwait City on Thursday Sept. 13, 2001. Kuwaitis have responded in vast numbers to their government's call for blood to be sent to the U.S. (AP Photo/Gustavo Ferrari)
THE WORLD PAUSES Texans pause to pray in Beaumont Texas, where hundreds of residents attended a service.
Men pray during the Friday prayers at the Rashediya Grand Mosque in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Friday, Sept. 14, 2001. Prayer leader Fathi Abdul Manem al-Helwani, not seen, did not directly address the terrorist attacks three days ago in the United States, but said 'We as Muslims respect all humans and all innocent
South Korean civic group members pay a silent tribute to victims of the terrorist attacks in the United States, during an anti-terrorist rally at the Topgol Park in Seoul, Friday, Sept. 14, 2001. South Korea declared Friday a national day of mourning for thousands of victims of Tuesday's attacks. The placard says 'Oppose terrorist
Members of the Delhi Punjabi Welfare Society participate in a Hindu ritual near Parliament house in New Delhi, India, Friday, Sept. 14, 2001. The ritual was performed in the memory of those who died during Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the United States. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
Muslims pray on the lawn at an overcrowded mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan, about 45 kilometers (28 miles) from the Afghanistan border Friday, Sept. 14, 2001. Clerics in several mosques in Pakistan said that if the United States attacks Afghanistan without proper evidence against accused terrorist Osama bin Laden, Muslims in Pakistan will declare 'jihad,' or holy war. (AP Photo/John McConnico)
Mourners stand in front of the London Royal Exchange Friday Sept. 14, 2001, observing three minutes of silence in memory of victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the United States. At left in the background top is the London Stock Exchange building. (AP Photo/Max Nash)
Muslims pray during Friday prayer at the Jami Mosque in Toronto, Canada Friday Sept.14, 2001. Canadians observed a day of prayer in memory of lives lost in the terrorist attacks Tuesday in the United States. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer)
Thousands of people, some holding a replica of the Statue of Liberty, wave American flags as they sing 'God Bless America' during a prayer service on Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati, Friday, Sept. 14, 2001, in remembrance for victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)
People gather in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany Friday, Sept. 14, 2001 to remember the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the United States. In background is the victory column. (AP Photo/Herbert Knosowski)
Tens of thousands of people, some waving American flags, gather at Parliament Hill for a ceremony marking a national day of mourning for victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington Friday, Sept. 14, 2001 im Ottawa, Canada. (AP Photo/Ottawa Citizen-Pat McGrath)
Russian Orthodox believers pray during a special mourning service in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks in the United States, in St. Nicholas Cathedral in Moscow, Friday, Sept. 14, 2001. Similar services were held in many Russian Orthodox churches. (AP Photo/Maxim Marmur)
Crowds gather for a three-minute silence in George Square, Glasgow, Scotland, Friday Sept.14, 2001, for those killed in the terrorist attacks in the United States on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis/PA)
People hold three minutes of silence outside the regional Catalonian government headquarters in Barcelona's plaza San Jaime Friday Sept. 14 2001 in honor of the victims of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. The Spanish flag, left, and Catalonian flag are seen flying at half-staff. (AP Photo/EFE, Julian Martin) *SPAIN OUT*
People line up outside the American Embassy in Dublin, Friday Sept. 14, 2001, to sign the books of condolence for the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attack in New York and Washington. (AP Photo/John Cogill)
Holding hands in the air and singing 'God Bless America', hundreds of people gather in downtown San Diego for a public service, September 14, 2001, for the victims of the New York and Washington terrorist attacks of September 11. Americans gathered across the country saying prayers for the people and rescuers who lost their lives. REUTERS/Mike Blake

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