September 12, 2001 Military News
- TERROR STRIKES U.S.: 'AN ACT OF WAR,' HOW WILL AMERICANS RESPOND? 09-12-01 Voice of America Foreign Reactions to US desire for retaliation
- Text: Attorney General Ashcroft Remarks at September 12 Media Briefing 09-12-01 -- "Investigators are reviewing intelligence and have received numerous credible leads," regarding the perpetrators of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, Attorney General John Ashcroft told reporters at a September 12 news briefing.
- Leaders Worldwide Condemn Terrorist Attacks 09-12-01 Foreign leaders condemn attacks
- Bush Seeks to Build International Coalition Against Terrorism 09-12-01 USIA Bush calling leaders to build coalition
- Transcript: Secretary of State Powell Interview on "CBS Morning News" 09-12-01 USIA Transcript of Powell's interview on CBS Morning News
- Transcript: Powell Interview on NBC's Today Show, September 12, 2001 09-12-01 USIA Powell Interview on NBC's Today Show
- Transcript: Powell September 12 Interview with CNN on Terrorist Attacks 09-12-01 USIA Powell interview on CNN
- Transcript: Powell on the Fox Morning News Show, September 12, 2001 09-12-01 USIA Powell on the Fox Morning News Show
- Transcript: Fleischer's Early Morning Briefing for Reporters, Sept. 12, 2001 09-12-01 USIA White House Briefing
- Transcript: State Dept. Spokesman Boucher Briefs Reporters Sept. 12 09-12-01 USIA State Department Brief
- Transcript: Bush Remarks After Meeting with National Security Team 09-12-01 USIA President Bush called the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington "acts of war," and said he would ask Congress for money for recovery and to protect the nation's security, in September 12 remarks at the White House, as he concluded a meeting with his national security team.
- U.N. General Assembly Pledges Solidarity Against Terrorists 09-12-01 USIA UN reacts to attacks
- Congress Back in Session; Members Vow United Fight on Terrorism 09-12-01 USIA Congress reacts to attacks
- Transcript: "We Will Go After" Those Responsible, Powell Says on ABC 09-12-01 USIA Powell interview on ABC
- Text: U.N. Security Council Condemns Terrorist Attacks on U.S. 09-12-01 USIA The United Nations Security Council approved a resolution September 12 condemning the terrorist attacks on the United States, and expressed determination to combat threats to international peace and security caused by terrorists.
- Transcript: Powell Calls for Global Coalition Against Terrorism 09-12-01 Powell at State Department Briefing
- Text: Ambassador Cunningham Statement to UN Security Council 09-12-01 US Ambassador to the United Nations statement
- Transcript: U.S. Ambassador to Moscow on Terrorist Attacks 09-12-01 US Ambassador to Russia's statement on attacks
- Powell Says U.S. is Building a Coalition to Combat Terrorism 09-12-01 USIA Summary of briefing
- Excerpts: U.S. Preparing Careful Response to Terrorism 09-12-01 Summary of White House Briefing
- Transcript: U.S. Statement to OSCE Forum on Terrorist Attacks 09-12-01 Terrorists attacked the United States September 11 "not for what we did but for who we are - a free, open society, and what we believe - that freedom is the birthright of all humanity," Ambassador David T. Johnson told the OSCE Forum for Security Cooperation in Vienna.
- U.N. Security Council Takes Strong Stand Against Terrorists 09-12-01 UN Security Council reacts to attacks
- Western Hemisphere Leaders Condemn Terrorist Attacks in United States 09-12-01 Washington File Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and at the Pentagon in Washington.
- Lessons of Terrorism 09-12-01 Voice of America As the United States pursues those responsible for the terrorist attack, analysts suggest some of the lessons that have been learned about terrorism - and are still to be learned.
- Twin Towers wrap 09-12-01 Voice of America Rescue efforts at the devastated World Trade Center were hampered late Wednesday as a fourth building in the complex collapsed and a nearby 54-story fifth building partially caved in.
- U-N / AFGHANISTAN 09-12-01 Voice of America The United Nations is pulling its foreign aid workers out of Afghanistan in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the United States. A senior U-N aid official in Geneva says the United Nations is temporarily relocating its international staff to neighboring Pakistan.
- TERRORISM / FLORIDA INVESTIGATION 09-12-01 Voice of America Across the country, federal agents are pursuing possible leads from Tuesday's terrorist attacks. Some of those leads have taken investigators to Florida - specifically, to a flight training school in the state.
- Ashcroft-terrorism09-12-01 Voice of AmericaFederal law enforcement officials say they have numerous credible leads in their probe of Tuesday's airborne terrorist assault on New York and Washington.
- POWELL/TERROR/DIPLOMACY 09-12-01 Voice of America Secretary of State Colin Powell is telephoning leaders around the world to appeal for help in finding those responsible for the New York and Washington attacks, and also to build a broader coalition to combat terrorism.
- BUSH / TERRORISM 09-12-01 Voice of America President Bush says the people responsible for Tuesday's terrorist attacks in the United States will be punished -- no matter where they are hiding.
- U-S TERRORISM / MUSLIM REACT 09-12-01 Voice of America Moderate and radical Muslim leaders in Britain are cautioning the Bush administration not to rush to retaliate for Tuesday's terrorist attacks.
- PENTAGON / RETALIATION 09-12-01 Voice of America The Bush Administration is promising retaliation for Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington
- U-S TERRORISM / CAIRO REACT 09-12-01 Voice of America Headlines in Middle East newspapers are reflecting the horror of Tuesday's terrorist attack in the United States.
- U-S TERRORISM / RUSSIAN REACT 09-12-01 Voice of America Following the attacks on New York and Washington, Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for coordinated international action against terrorism.
- U-S TERROR / ISRAEL 09-12-01 Voice of America Israel's Prime Minster Ariel Sharon has pledged Israeli help to track down those responsible for the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington
- U-S/TERROR/FLIGHTS 09-12-01 Voice of AmericaU-S Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta says all flights diverted after Tuesday's terrorist attacks will be allowed to finish their journeys, but all other planes will remain grounded for the time being
- NY/TERROR 09-12-01 Voice of America Feelings of shock and horror have turned to grief and numbness as the full reality of Tuesday's terrorist attack sunk in on New Yorkers.
- AFGHAN/U-N/EVACUATION 09-12-01 Voice of America Foreigners working for the United Nations and other aid agencies are leaving Afghanistan, where the prime suspect of Tuesday's terrorist attacks on U-S buildings -- Osama bin Laden -- lives as a "guest" of the ruling Taleban movement.
- PENTAGON/FIRES 09-12-01 Voice of America Stubborn fires continue to burn at the Pentagon, struck Tuesday by a hijacked American Airlines jet.
- U-S TERROR / PALESTINIANS 09-12-01 Voice of America A group of Palestinians gathered Wednesday afternoon in front of the U-S consulate in East Jerusalem to light candles of condolence and show solidarity with American victims of terrorism.
Defense Policy / Programs
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