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U.S. marks 9/11 attacks
anniversary

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and Vice President Mike Pence greet each other at
the 911 Memorial & Museum in lower Manhattan. Amr Alfiky/Pool via REUTERS

New York City firefighters salute Vice President Mike Pence as he stops to visit them outside the
Engine 10 and Ladder 10 NYFD firehouse after attending ceremonies in New York.
REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump attend a ceremony at the Flight 93 National
Memorial in Stoystown, Pennsylvania. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

A woman places her hand on names of victims at the edge of the North pool during ceremonies.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

People hug as they sit on a bench at the south refection pool during ceremonies. REUTERS/Carlo
Allegri

Family members of victims sits along the edge of the South pool during ceremonies.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

People place flowers on the names of victims at the edge of the South pool during ceremonies.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A woman pauses at the edge of the South pool. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Candian flags are seen left in the name of victim Kenneth William Basnicki at the edge of the
North pool. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Uniformed U.S. Secret Service officers pause at the edge of the North pool during ceremonies.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Flowers and American flags are seen left in the names of victims at the edge of the North pool.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

New York City Fire Department (FDNY) members stand at the edge of the North pool during
ceremonies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A girl places a flower on the edge of the North pool during ceremonies. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

New York City Fire Department firefighters stand in formation outside Ladder Co. 10, Engine Co.
10 on the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in
Manhattan. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

People embrace during ceremonies in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

New York City Fire Department firefighters salute outside Ladder Co. 10, Engine Co. 10 on the
19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump stand with White House Press Secretary Kayleigh
McEnany, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao
as they pause for a moment of silence aboard Air Force One while en

The U.S. flag is unfurled at sunrise as part of the 19th annual September 11 observance
ceremony at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Erin Scott

People embrace as they attend ceremonies marking the 19th anniversary of the September 11,
2001 attacks, in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Joe Biden holds his hand over his heart as he stands with his wife Jill Biden and Senate Minority
leader Senator Chuck Schumer while attending ceremonies at the 911 Memorial &
Museum. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Vice President Mike Pence elbow bumps Jill Biden in greeting as her husband looks on during
ceremonies at the 911 Memorial & Museum. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani attends ceremonies in Manhattan.
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People observe a moment of silence as they gather outside Ladder Co. 10, Engine Co. 10 in
Manhattan. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Diane Massaroli from Staten Island, New York, holds photos of her late husband Michael
Massaroli in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

People view names of victims while attending ceremonies in Manhattan. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
 

A man plays a trumpet during ceremonies at the 911 Memorial & Museum. REUTERS/Carlo
Allegri

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo pauses to be photographed with the family member of a
victim during ceremonies at the 911 Memorial. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A remembrance card of fallen FDNY Fire Marshal Ronald Bucca is seen left by his name at the
edge of the South pool at the 911 Memorial. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Emily Torro, who lost her son Isaac Thomas Cortes the Iraq war, holds his photos as she arrives
for ceremonies at the 911 Memorial & Museum. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A man looks up during a moment of silence outside the World Trade Center site.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence speaks with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo at the
September 11 Memorial & Museum. Amr Alfiky/Pool via REUTERS

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump place a wreath during a ceremony at the Flight 93
National Memorial in Stoystown, Pennsylvania. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Two women holds hands as they walk to ceremonies at the 911 Memorial & Museum.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A woman holds a frame of photos of a victim at the 911 Memorial & Museum.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A woman wears an American flag face mask as she attends ceremonies in Manhattan.
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A man pauses at the edge of a reflecting pool at the 911 Memorial & Museum.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police officers attend ceremonies in Manhattan.
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A group of people embrace as they sit together during ceremonies at the 911 Memorial.
REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Vice President Mike Pence talks with firefighters outside the Engine 10 and Ladder 10 NYFD fire
house in New York. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani attends ceremonies in New York.
REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A members of the U.S. military plays taps at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. REUTERS/Erin
Scott

A boy sits on a social distancing circle marker at ceremonies in New York. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
 

Birds fly above the Flight 93 National Memorial during a ceremony in Stoystown, Pennsylvania.
REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

FDNY firefighters stand together at the entrance to Hook and Ladder 24 Engine Co. 1 in New
York. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

Flowers are seen left in the names of victims at the edge of the North pool during ceremonies at
the 911 Memorial. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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