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RTR31FS8
May 01, 2012
USA-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration and details of main features of the plans to rebuild the New York Ground...
New York, UNITED STATES
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USA-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration and details of main features of the plans to rebuild the New York Ground Zero site. Colour graphic only. RNGS. (SIN05)
RTR2QLWX
September 01, 2011
SEPT11-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration and details of main features of the plans to rebuild the New York...
US, USA
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SEPT11-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration and details of main features of the plans to rebuild the New York Ground Zero site. RNGS. Colour graphic only. (SIN08)
RTR2M0K1
May 05, 2011
BINLADEN-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration of New York's "Ground Zero" showing the buildings in the new complex...
New York, USA
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BINLADEN-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration of New York's "Ground Zero" showing the buildings in the new complex that is being constructed to replace the former World Trade Center which was destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001 when hijacked planes struck the twin towers. RNGS (SIN06)
RTR2M0K0
May 05, 2011
BINLADEN-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration of New York's "Ground Zero" showing the buildings in the new complex...
US
BINLADEN-GROUNDZERO/
BINLADEN-GROUNDZERO/ - 3D illustration of New York's "Ground Zero" showing the buildings in the new complex that is being constructed to replace the former World Trade Center which was destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001 when hijacked planes struck the twin towers. RNGS (SIN06)
GROUNDZERO
RTXLB5T
June 02, 2002
The American flag flies next to a cross at the site of the World Trade Center in New York on June 2,...
New York, USA
The American flag flies next to a cross at the site of the World Trade Center in New York on June 2,.....
The American flag flies next to a cross at the site of the World Trade Center in New York on June 2, 2002. Family members held their own service called "Ground Zero, Closing Ceremony" after the official service hosted by the city was held three days earlier.
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5XQ8
June 02, 2002
The American flag flies next to a cross at the site of the World Trade
Center in New York on June 2,...
New York
FLALG FLIES OVER GROUND ZERO SERVICE IN NEW YORK.
The American flag flies next to a cross at the site of the World Trade
Center in New York on June 2, 2002. Family members held their own
service called "Ground Zero, Closing Ceremony" after the official
service hosted by the city was held three days earlier. REUTERS/Chip
East

CME
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5XQ2
June 02, 2002
Dorothy Giovinazzo wipes a tear away as she remembers her husband
Martin at the site of the World Trade...
New York
FAMILY GROUND ZERO SERVICE IN NEW YORK.
Dorothy Giovinazzo wipes a tear away as she remembers her husband
Martin at the site of the World Trade Center in New York on June 2,
2002. Family members held their own service called "Ground Zero,
Closing Ceremony" after the official service hosted by the city was
held three days earlier. REUTERS/Chip East

CME
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5XPY
June 02, 2002
Doves are released at the site of the World Trade Center in New York on
June 2, 2002. Family members...
New York, United States of America
DOVES RELEASED AT FAMILY GROUND ZERO SERVICE IN NEW YORK.
Doves are released at the site of the World Trade Center in New York on
June 2, 2002. Family members held their own service called "Ground
Zero, Closing Ceremony" after the official service hosted by the city
was held three days earlier. REUTERS/Chip East

CME
GROUNDZERO
RTXL9WF
May 30, 2002
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the World Trade Center disaster is...
New York, USA
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the World Trade Center disaster i.....
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the World Trade Center disaster is taken up a ramp as it leaves the site during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The ceremony marked the end of the recovery stage at the site. The World Trade Center towers collapsed September 11, 2001 after being attacked by hijacked airplanes.
GROUNDZERO
RTXL9WE
May 30, 2002
An ambulance and a truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the World Trade Center...
New York, USA
An ambulance and a truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the World Trade .....
An ambulance and a truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the World Trade Center are driven away during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. An empty stretcher signifying all victims who were never found in the collapse of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001 was placed in the ambulance. The ceremony marked the end of the recovery stage at the site.
GROUNDZERO
RTXL9W9
May 30, 2002
The final beam to be cut down at the World Trade Center is driven away on a truck shrouded in black as...
New York, USA
The final beam to be cut down at the World Trade Center is driven away on a truck shrouded in black .....
The final beam to be cut down at the World Trade Center is driven away on a truck shrouded in black as New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police salute during a ceremony to mark the end of the recovery effort on the site in New York, May 30, 2002. The beam was the ceremonial last load to be taken from the site. The World Trade Centers collapsed when attacked by hijacked airplanes September 11, 2001.
GROUNDZERO
RTXL9W8
May 30, 2002
The last girder to be cut down at the World Trade Center sits on a truck shrouded in black as it is carried...
New York, USA
The last girder to be cut down at the World Trade Center sits on a truck shrouded in black as it is .....
The last girder to be cut down at the World Trade Center sits on a truck shrouded in black as it is carried out of the "Ground Zero" site of the World Trade Center disaster during a ceremony to mark the end of the recovery effort in New York, May 30, 2002. The beam was the ceremonial last load to be taken from the site. The World Trade Centers collapsed when attacked by hijacked airplanes September 11, 2001.
GROUNDZERO
RTXL9W7
May 30, 2002
A truck slowly carries the last steel girder removed from "Ground Zero" site, during a ceremony in New...
New York, USA
A truck slowly carries the last steel girder removed from "Ground Zero" site, during a ceremony in N.....
A truck slowly carries the last steel girder removed from "Ground Zero" site, during a ceremony in New York, May 30, 2002, marking the end of the mammoth recovery of human remains and the ruins of the World Trade Center. The last official piece of debris was removed, along with a stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were never found.
GROUNDZERO
RTXL9W6
May 30, 2002
The last steel girder left standing at the World Trade Center, covered with black cloth and an American...
New York, USA
The last steel girder left standing at the World Trade Center, covered with black cloth and an Ameri.....
The last steel girder left standing at the World Trade Center, covered with black cloth and an American flag, is carried from the World Trade Center site in New York on May 30, 2002 marking the completion of recovery work from the September 11, 2001 attacks on the twin towers. New York marked the end of the mammoth recovery of human remains and disposal of the ruins of the World Trade Center with a brief ceremony, nearly nine months after two hijacked planes slammed into the twin towers, destroying them and killing 2,823 people.
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR153HI
May 30, 2002
A group of New York City firefighters salute the last steel girder as
it is removed from "Ground Zero"...
New York, United States of America
FIREFIGHTERS SALUTE BEAM NEAR GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A group of New York City firefighters salute the last steel girder as
it is removed from "Ground Zero" in New York on May 30, 2002 during a
ceremony marking the completion of recovery work there. An empty, flag
draped stretcher representing missing victims of the World Trade Center
attack also was carried from Ground Zero as part of the ceremony.
REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UMI
May 30, 2002
A flag draped empty stretcher is placed in an ambulance after being
carried from the site of the World...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER CARRIED TO AMBULANCE AT WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A flag draped empty stretcher is placed in an ambulance after being
carried from the site of the World Trade Center during a ceremony in
New York May 30, 2002. The empty stretcher signified all victims who
were never found in the collapse of the World Trade Center on September
11, 2001. The ceremony marked the end of the recovery stage at the
site. REUTERS/ Gary Hershorn

GMH/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5ULN
May 30, 2002
A group of New York City police officers salute the last steel beam as
it is removed from Ground Zero...
New York, United States of America
POLICE OFFICERS SALUTE BEAM NEAR GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A group of New York City police officers salute the last steel beam as
it is removed from Ground Zero in New York on May 30, 2002 after
ceremonies marking the completion of recovery work there. An empty,
flag draped stretcher representing missing victims of the World Trade
Center attack also was carried from Ground Zero as part of the
ceremony. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5ULF
May 30, 2002
Firemen salute during a ceremony at the World Trade Center site in New
York on May 30, 2002 marking...
New York, United States of America
FIREMEN SALUTE AT WORLD TRADE CENTER CEREMONY.
Firemen salute during a ceremony at the World Trade Center site in New
York on May 30, 2002 marking the completion of recovery work from the
September 11 attacks on the twin towers. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UKU
May 30, 2002
A group of people watch as the last steel beam is removed from Ground
Zero in New York on May 30, 2002...
New York, United States of America
PEOPLE WATCH GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A group of people watch as the last steel beam is removed from Ground
Zero in New York on May 30, 2002 after a ceremony marking the
completion of recovery work there. An empty, flag draped stretcher
representing missing victims of the World Trade Center attack also was
carried from Ground Zero as part of the ceremony. REUTERS/Jeff
Christensen

JC/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UKM
May 30, 2002
A Port Authority police officer pauses during a ceremony at the World
Trade Center site in New York...
New York, United States of America
POLICEMAN BOWS HEAD AT WORLD TRADE CENTER CEREMONY.
A Port Authority police officer pauses during a ceremony at the World
Trade Center site in New York on May 30, 2002 marking the completion of
recovery work from the September 11 attacks on the twin towers.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UKG
May 30, 2002
The last steel girder left standing at the World Trade Center, covered
with black cloth and an American...
New York, United States of America
TRUCK CARRYING BEAM LEAVES WORLD TRADE CENTER CEREMONY.
The last steel girder left standing at the World Trade Center, covered
with black cloth and an American flag, is carried from the World Trade
Center site in New York on May 30, 2002 marking the completion of
recovery work from the September 11 attacks on the twin towers. New
York marked the end of the mammoth recovery of human remains and the
ruins of the World Trade Center with a brief ceremony, nearly nine
months after two hijacked planes slammed into the twin towers,
destroying them and killing 2,823 people. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UK1
May 30, 2002
The last girder to be cut down at the World Trade Center sits on a
truck shrouded in black as it is...
New York, United States of America
LAST BEAM FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER TAKEN FROM SITE.
The last girder to be cut down at the World Trade Center sits on a
truck shrouded in black as it is carried out of the "Ground Zero" site
of the World Trade Center disaster during a ceremony to mark the end of
the recovery effort in New York, May 30, 2002. The beam was the
ceremonial last load to be taken from the site. The World Trade Centers
collapsed when attacked by hijacked airplanes September 11, 2001.
REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UJU
May 30, 2002
The final beam to be cut down at the World Trade Center is driven away
on a truck shrouded in black...
New York, United States of America
LAST BEAM FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER TAKEN FROM GROUND ZERO SITE.
The final beam to be cut down at the World Trade Center is driven away
on a truck shrouded in black as New York and New Jersey Port Authority
Police salute during a ceremony to mark the end of the recovery effort
on the site in New York, May 30, 2002. The beam was the ceremonial last
load to be taken from the site. The World Trade Centers collapsed when
attacked by hijacked airplanes September 11, 2001. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UJO
May 30, 2002
An American flag draped empty stretcher is carried from the site of the
World Trade Center during a...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
An American flag draped empty stretcher is carried from the site of the
World Trade Center during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The
empty stretcher with the flag signified all victims who were never
found in the collapse of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. The
ceremony marked the end of the recovery effort at the site.
REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UJJ
May 30, 2002
A man waves an American flag as the last steel girder is removed from
"Ground Zero" in New York on May...
New York, United States of America
MAN WAVES FLAG NEAR GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A man waves an American flag as the last steel girder is removed from
"Ground Zero" in New York on May 30, 2002 after ceremonies marking the
completion of recovery work there. An empty, flag draped stretcher
representing missing victims of the World Trade Center attack also was
carried from Ground Zero as part of the ceremony. REUTERS/Jeff
Christensen

JC/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UIY
May 30, 2002
A group of workers stand on a balcony and watch as the last steel beam
is removed from "Ground Zero"...
New York, United States of America
WORKERS WATCH GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A group of workers stand on a balcony and watch as the last steel beam
is removed from "Ground Zero" in New York on May 30, 2002 after a
ceremony marking the completion of recovery work there. An empty, flag
draped stretcher representing missing victims of the World Trade Center
attack also was carried from Ground Zero as part of the ceremony.
REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UIT
May 30, 2002
Christina Regenhard holds a portrait of brother Christian, a New York
City Firefighter lost in the September...
New York, United States of America
WOMAN HOLDS PORTRAIT OF RELATIVE AT "GROUND ZERO" AT END OF RECOVERY.
Christina Regenhard holds a portrait of brother Christian, a New York
City Firefighter lost in the September 11 2001 attack on the World
Trade Center, as she stands at the "Ground Zero" site of the disaster
prior to a ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at the site
in New York, May 30, 2002. New York marked the end of the mammoth
recovery of human remains and the ruins of the World Trade Center with
a brief ceremony, nearly nine months after two hijacked planes slammed
into the twin towers, destroying them and killing 2,823 people.
REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UIM
May 30, 2002
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police stand at attention as an
unidentified family member of...
New York, United States of America
POLICE AND VICTIMS FAMILY MEMBERS AT "GROUND ZERO" AS RECOVERY ENDS.
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police stand at attention as an
unidentified family member of a victim lost in the attack on the world
Trade Center bows his head (2nd from R) at the "Ground Zero" site of
the disaster during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort
at the site in New York, May 30, 2002. New York marked the end of the
mammoth recovery of human remains and the ruins of the World Trade
Center with a brief ceremony, nearly nine months after two hijacked
planes slammed into the twin towers, destroying them and killing 2,823
people. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UI5
May 30, 2002
Mary Sanpio from New York stands in the "Ground Zero" site of the
disaster during a ceremony marking...
New York, United States of America
MOTHER OF VICTIM OF WORLD TRADE CENTER DISASTER AT "GROUND ZERO".
Mary Sanpio from New York stands in the "Ground Zero" site of the
disaster during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at
the site in New York, May 30, 2002. Sanpio gazes at a portrait of her
daughter Cynthia and her husband John Resta who were lost in the
September 11, 2001 attack on the World trade Center. REUTERS/Mike
Segar

MS/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UHF
May 30, 2002
Policemen salute the last steel girder to be removed from "Ground Zero"
during a ceremony marking the...
New York, United States of America
LAST STEEL GIRDER LEAVES GROUND ZERO MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Policemen salute the last steel girder to be removed from "Ground Zero"
during a ceremony marking the end of recovery at the World Trade Center
site in New York on May 30, 2002. The girder was removed, along with a
stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were
never found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UHA
May 30, 2002
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police stand at attention at
ground zero of the World Trade Center...
New York, United States of America
PORT AUTHORITY POLICE STAND AT ATTENTION AT GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police stand at attention at
ground zero of the World Trade Center disaster site in New York as a
sign reading "we will never forget" hangs from a building in the
background during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at
the site May 30, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UGP
May 30, 2002
A stretcher is loaded into an ambulance during the ceremony marking the
end of recovery efforts at the...
New York, United States of America
STRETCHER CARRYING FLAG IS LOADED INTO AMBULANCE AT GROUND ZERO
CEREMONY.
A stretcher is loaded into an ambulance during the ceremony marking the
end of recovery efforts at the former site of the World Trade Center in
New York on May 30, 2002. The last official piece of debris was
removed, along with a stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing
the people who were never found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UGH
May 30, 2002
Family members hug during the ceremony marking the end of recovery
efforts at the former site of the...
New York, United States of America
PEOPLE HUG DURING CEREMONY AT GROUND ZERO.
Family members hug during the ceremony marking the end of recovery
efforts at the former site of the World Trade Center in New York on May
30, 2002. The last official piece of debris was removed, along with a
stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were
never found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UGE
May 30, 2002
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the
World Trade Center collapse site...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED BEAM CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the
World Trade Center collapse site makes its way past police,
firefighters and families of victims as it is taken from the site
during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The ceremony marked the end
of the recovery stage at the site. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

GMH/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UG9
May 30, 2002
A firefighter salutes during a flyby during the ceremony marking the
end of recovery efforts at the...
New York, United States of America
FIREFIGHTER SALUTES AT GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A firefighter salutes during a flyby during the ceremony marking the
end of recovery efforts at the World Trade Center in New York on May
30, 2002. The last official piece of debris was removed, along with a
stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were
never found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UFY
May 30, 2002
A New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police officer plays the
bagpipes in the ground zero site of...
New York, United States of America
POLICE OFFICER PLAYS BAGPIPES AT GROUND ZERO DURING END OF RECOVERY
CEREMONY.
A New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police officer plays the
bagpipes in the ground zero site of the World Trade Center disaster
during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at the site in
New York, May 30, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UFV
May 30, 2002
New York and New Jersey Port Authority police stand at attention, as
Mary Sanpio (2ndR) and Christina...
New York, United States of America
POLICE AND VICTIMS FAMILY MEMBERS AT GROUND ZERO AS WORLD TRADE CENTER
RECOVERY ENDS.
New York and New Jersey Port Authority police stand at attention, as
Mary Sanpio (2ndR) and Christina Regenhard hold portraits of their
family members lost in the attack on the world Trade Center, during a
ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at the site in New
York, May 30, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UFN
May 30, 2002
A truck slowly carries the last steel girder removed from "Ground Zero"
site, during a ceremony in New...
New York, United States of America
FINAL DEBRIS REMOVED AT GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
A truck slowly carries the last steel girder removed from "Ground Zero"
site, during a ceremony in New York, May 30, 2002, marking the end of
the mammoth recovery of human remains and the ruins of the World Trade
Center. The last official piece of debris was removed, along with a
stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were
never found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UFA
May 30, 2002
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the
World Trade Center disaster is...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED BEAM IS REMOVED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the
World Trade Center disaster is taken up a ramp as it leaves the site
during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The ceremony marked the end
of the recovery stage at the site. The World Trade Center towers
collapsed September 11, 2001 after being attacked by hijacked
airplanes. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

GMH/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UF2
May 30, 2002
An honor guard of city, state and federal personnel flank a procession
carrying a stretcher with a folded...
New York, United States of America
OVERALL AT GROUNDZERO MEMORIAL SERVICE.
An honor guard of city, state and federal personnel flank a procession
carrying a stretcher with a folded American flag from "Ground Zero"
during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002, marking the end of the
mammoth recovery of human remains and the ruins of the World Trade
Center. The stretcher with the American flag symbolizes those killed
but not found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UEX
May 30, 2002
A flag-draped stretcher is carried from the site of the World Trade
Center collapse during a ceremony...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER IS CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A flag-draped stretcher is carried from the site of the World Trade
Center collapse during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The empty
stretcher signified all victims who were never found in the collapse of
the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. The ceremony marked the end
of the recovery effort at the site. In the background, is a truck that
carried the final beam to be removed from the site. REUTERS/Gary
Hershorn

GMH/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UES
May 30, 2002
A truck carrying the final beam that was removed from the site of the
World Trade Center collapse begins...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED BEAM CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A truck carrying the final beam that was removed from the site of the
World Trade Center collapse begins its journey up a ramp as it is taken
from the site during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The ceremony
marked the end of the recovery stage at the site. REUTERS/Gary
Hershorn

GMH/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UEM
May 30, 2002
A flag-draped stretcher is carried from the site of the World Trade
Center during a ceremony in New...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A flag-draped stretcher is carried from the site of the World Trade
Center during a ceremony in New York May 30, 2002. The empty stretcher
signified all victims who were never found in the collapse of the World
Trade Center September 11, 2001. The ceremony marked the end of the
recovery effort at the site. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

GMH/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UEE
May 30, 2002
A pipe and drum honor guard comprised of officers from New York City's
Police, Fire and Port Authority...
New York, United States of America
PIPE AND DRUM HONOR GUARD MARCHES OUT OF GROUND ZERO SITE.
A pipe and drum honor guard comprised of officers from New York City's
Police, Fire and Port Authority Police departments marches up a ramp
from the ground zero site of the World Trade Center disaster during a
ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at the site in New
York, May 30, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UE9
May 30, 2002
An empty stretcher bearing a folded American flag is carried from
"Ground Zero" May 30, 2002, during...
New York, United States of America
STRETCHER WITH AMERICAN FLAG CARRIED FROM GROUNDZERO DURING CEREMONY.
An empty stretcher bearing a folded American flag is carried from
"Ground Zero" May 30, 2002, during a ceremony marking the end of the
mammoth recovery of human remains and the ruins of the World Trade
Center disaster in New York. The last official piece of debris was
removed, along with the stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing
the people who were never found. REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UE2
May 30, 2002
Firefighters salute during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery
effort at the World Trade Center...
New York
FIREFIGHTERS SALUTE AT GROUND ZERO MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Firefighters salute during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery
effort at the World Trade Center collapse site in New York on May 30,
2002. The last official piece of debris was removed, along with a
stretcher holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were
never found. REUTERS/Chip East

cme/SV
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UDW
May 30, 2002
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police stand guard in front of a
flat-bed-truck carrying the...
New York, United States of America
LAST BEAM FROM WRECKAGE STANDS AT "GROUND ZERO" ON TRUCK.
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police stand guard in front of a
flat-bed-truck carrying the last steel beam from the wreckage of the
World Trade Center disaster during a ceremony at "Ground Zero" in New
York, May 30, 2002. New York marked the end of the mammoth recovery of
human remains and the ruins of the World Trade Center with a brief
20-minute ceremony. Shortly afterwards the beam was removed from the
site. REUTERS/Mike Segar

MS/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UDS
May 30, 2002
A fireman tolls a bell as a tribute to fallen firefighters during a
ceremony at the World Trade Center...
New York, United States of America
FIRE BELL RINGING AT GROUNDZERO MEMORIAL SERVICE.
A fireman tolls a bell as a tribute to fallen firefighters during a
ceremony at the World Trade Center site in New York on May 30, 2002.
The last official piece of debris was removed, along with a stretcher
holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were never found.
REUTERS/Chip East

CE/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UDL
May 30, 2002
Firefighters salute as the final memorial services are held at the
former site of the World Trade Center...
New York
FIREFIGHTERS SALUTE AT GROUND ZERO MEMORIAL SERVICE.
Firefighters salute as the final memorial services are held at the
former site of the World Trade Center in New York on May 30, 2002. The
last official piece of debris was removed, along with a stretcher
holding an American flag symbolizing the people who were never found.
REUTERS/Chip East

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UD5
May 30, 2002
A flatbed truck, carrying the last steel beam from the wreckage of the
World Trade Center disaster,...
New York, United States of America
LAST BEAM FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER WRECKAGE LEAVES GROUND ZERO ON TRUCK.
A flatbed truck, carrying the last steel beam from the wreckage of the
World Trade Center disaster, is driven up a ramp from ground zero as
uniformed officers from New York's emergency services, police and fire
departmentd salute during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery
effort at the World Trade Center site in New York, May 30, 2002. The
beam is wrapped in black bunting. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UCZ
May 30, 2002
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police escort a flatbed truck,
carrying the last steel beam from...
New York, United States of America
LAST BEAM FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER WRECKAGE LEAVES GROUND ZERO.
New York and New Jersey Port Authority Police escort a flatbed truck,
carrying the last steel beam from the wreckage of the World Trade
Center disaster, during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery
effort at the site in New York, May 30, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UCT
May 30, 2002
An empty stretcher bearing a folded American flag is carried up a ramp
from the "Ground Zero" site of...
New York, United States of America
STRETCHER IS CARRIED FROM GROUND ZERO BY UNIFORMED OFFICERS.
An empty stretcher bearing a folded American flag is carried up a ramp
from the "Ground Zero" site of the World Trade Center during a ceremony
at the World Trade Center Site in New York, May 30, 2002. New York
marked the end of the mammoth recovery of human remains and the ruins
of the World Trade Center with a brief 20 minute ceremony, nearly nine
months after two hijacked planes slammed into the twin towers,
destroying them and killing 2,823 people. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UCL
May 30, 2002
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the
World Trade Center is driven...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE AS FAMILIES
WATCH.
A truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from the site of the
World Trade Center is driven away from the site during a ceremony in
New York May 30, 2002. Families of victims of the collapse that
happened September 11, 2001 watch the ceremony at bottom. The ceremony
marked the end of the recovery stage at the site. REUTERS/ Gary
Hershorn

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UCA
May 30, 2002
A stretcher holding a U.S. flag is carried by uniformed officers past
members of a bagpipe honor guard...
New York, United States of America
STRETCHER IS CARRIED FROM GROUND ZERO BY UNIFORMED OFFICERS.
A stretcher holding a U.S. flag is carried by uniformed officers past
members of a bagpipe honor guard at the site of the World Trade Center
disaster during a ceremony marking the end of the recovery effort at
the site in New York, May 30, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UBW
May 30, 2002
An empty, flag draped stretcher representing missing victims of the
World Trade Center attack is carried...
New York, United States of America
SYMBOLIC STRETCHER CARRIED AT GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
An empty, flag draped stretcher representing missing victims of the
World Trade Center attack is carried from Ground Zero in New York on
May 30, 2002 during ceremonies marking the completion of recovery work
there. The last steel beam left standing after the September 11 attacks
was removed from Ground Zero as part of the ceremony. REUTERS/Peter
Morgan

PM/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UBG
May 30, 2002
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani embraces a grieving woman
at the World Trade Center site in...
New York, United States of America
FORMER MAYOR EMBRACES WOMAN AT GROUND ZERO CEREMONY.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani embraces a grieving woman
at the World Trade Center site in New York on May 30, 2002 during
ceremonies marking the completion of recovery work there. The last
steel beam left standing after the September 11 attacks was removed
from Ground Zero as part of the ceremony. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5UAP
May 30, 2002
Emergency workers file up a ramp from the World Trade Center site at
the conclusion of ceremonies marking...
New York, United States of America
EMERGENCY WORKERS LEAVE GROUND ZERO AT CEREMONY IN NEW YORK.
Emergency workers file up a ramp from the World Trade Center site at
the conclusion of ceremonies marking the completion of recovery work
there in New York on May 30, 2002. What began on Sept. 11 with the
scream of crashing jetliners, the roar of falling steel and the deaths
of thousands ended on Thursday in a silence broken by the solemn
tolling of bells, the wail of bagpipes and the sobs of those mourning
the loved ones they lost. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5U9X
May 30, 2002
The last steel beam left standing at the World Trade Center is carried
from Ground Zero on the back...
New York, United States of America
STEEL BEAM LEAVES GROUND ZERO AT CEREMONY IN NEW YORK.
The last steel beam left standing at the World Trade Center is carried
from Ground Zero on the back of a truck during ceremonies marking the
completion of recovery work at the site in New York on May 30, 2002.
REUTERS/Peter Morgan

PM/MMR
ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5U9R
May 30, 2002
A flag draped stretcher is placed in an ambulance after being carried
from the site of the World Trade...
New York, United States of America
FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER SITE.
A flag draped stretcher is placed in an ambulance after being carried
from the site of the World Trade Center during a ceremony in New York
May 30, 2002. The empty stretcher signified all victims who were never
found in the collapse of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001. The
ceremony marked the end of the recovery stage at the site. REUTERS/
Gary Hershorn (QUALITY REPEAT)

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ATTACK GROUNDZERO
RTR5U9E
May 30, 2002
An ambulance and a truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from
the site of the World Trade...
New York, United States of America
OVERALL VIEW OF FLAG DRAPED STRETCHER CARRIED FROM WORLD TRADE CENTER
SITE.
An ambulance and a truck carrying the final beam that was cut down from
the site of the World Trade Center are driven away during a ceremony in
New York May 30, 2002. An empty stretcher signifying all victims who
were never found in the collapse of the World Trade Center September
11, 2001 was placed in the ambulance. The ceremony marked the end of
the recovery stage at the site. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

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