9/11: Ten years later

By Reuters Staff
September 8, 2011

On September 11, 2001, four hijacked planes were used to carry out attacks on the United States. Two planes hit New York City’s World Trade Center, a third plunged into the Pentagon, and the fourth crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, after an attempt was made by passengers to regain control. In total 2,992 people were killed.

Shannon Stapleton, who took one of the defining images of the attacks, recounts covering New York city over ten years in a Full Focus Photographer Notebook entry

Jason Reed and Larry Downing document one mother’s story of loss in Five years with Justin

Lucas Jackson spends time with the NYPD and discusses the city’s omnipresent security in Inside the NYPD’s counter terrorism unit

Larry Downing, who covered the aftermath of the attacks on the Pentagon, asks Where were you on 9/11?

Using a Holga to capture 9/11 related scenes, Shannon Stapleton discusses finding a new angle on the story

For full coverage of the ten years since 9/11 click here

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