September 13, 2001 Military News
- TERROR AGAINST U.S.: WIDESPREAD SUPPORT FOR WASHINGTON'S PURSUING 'JUSTICE NOT VENGEANCE' 09-13-01 USIA Foreign Media Reaction to US desire for retalliation
- Transcript: Ashcroft Briefs on Terrorist Investigation Sept. 13 09-13-01 - U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft said September 13 that 18 hijackers conducted a multi-prong terrorist attack on the United States September 11 supported by a "significant" number of associates.
- Bush Continues to Rally International Support Against Terrorism 09-13-01 USIA - President Bush is continuing work to build a global coalition against terrorism in response to the attacks on New York City and Washington earlier in the week.
- Transcript: Powell Pleased with Coalition-Building Results 09-13-01 USIA - The United States is "getting a solid expression not only of condolences and support, but of action," in its efforts to build an international coalition against terrorism, Secretary of State Colin Powell told reporters at the State Department September 13.
- Text: NATO, Russia to Intensify Cooperation to Defeat Terrorism 09-13-01 - NATO/Russia Statement on Cooperation Against Terrorism
- Transcript: White House Daily Briefing, September 13, 2001 09-13-01 - White House Press Briefing
- Transcript: Wolfowitz says Military Retaliation To Be Sustained 09-13-01 - U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz says the United States will respond to terrorist attacks in New York and Washington with a sustained military campaign.
- Text: Attorney General Ashcroft Briefs Sept. 13 on Terrorist Attacks 09-13-01 - U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft announced September 13 that the Justice Department will work to speed the delivery of benefits to survivors of police and rescue personnel killed in the line of duty during the September 11 terrorist attacks.
- Text: Bush Seeks Congressional Approval for Anti-Terrorism Funding 09-13-01 - President Bush is seeking rapid congressional action on his request for $20,000 million in emergency funding in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States.
- Text: Bush Proclaims Sept. 14 a National Day of Remembrance for Victims 09-13-01 - President Bush has proclaimed September 14 to be a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for the Victims of the Terrorist Attacks on New York City and Washington, DC September 11.
- Transcript: Powell September 12 Interview on National Public Radio 09-13-01 - Secretary of State Colin Powell, interviewed September 12 by National Public Radio, says he expects the active support of friendly Muslim states in the global fight against terrorism following the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
- Text: Ambassador Cunningham Statement to U.N. General Assembly 09-13-01 - The condemnation and sense of resolve expressed by U.N. members following the September 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington demonstrate that "we are united and strong in the face of terror," says Ambassador James Cunningham, the acting U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations.
- Text: U.N. General Assembly Condemns Terrorist Attacks 09-13-01 - The U.N. General Assembly has passed a resolution strongly condemning the deadly terrorist incidents in its host city, New York, in Washington D.C. and in Pennsylvania.
- Transcript: CIA's Tenet Says U.S. Must Find the Terrorists 09-13-01 - The important thing is for the United States to run to ground the terrorists behind the attacks on the World Trade towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington, says George Tenet, director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
- Transcript: Rumsfeld Says Terrorist Attacks Show "a New Battlefield" 09-13-01 - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says that with the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, "we are seeing the definition of a new battlefield ... a different kind of conflict."
- Text: Armitage Meets Pakistani Officials to Discuss Cooperation 09-13-01 - Following is a statement from the office of the State Department spokesman about a meeting between Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and Pakistani officials in Washington September 13:
- Western Hemisphere Leaders Condemn Terrorist Attacks in United States 09-13-01 USIA - Latin America, Canada and Carribean leaders react to the attacks
- Asia-Pacific Deplores Attack on U.S., Offers Condolences and Help 09-13-01 USIA - Asia/pacific states react to the attacks
- Terrorist Attack in America Met With Outpouring of Overseas Help 09-13-01 USIA - Aid coming in from overseas
- U-S AVIATION REOPENED 09-13-01 Voice of America - The U-S government has re-opened the country's civil aviation system with increased security, two days after hijacked airliners were used in terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
- U-S AVIATION SECURITY09-13-01 Voice of America - The United States government has imposed tough new airport security measures following the attacks by hijacked airliners against the World Trade Center in New York and U-S military headquarters in Washington. Many observers say increased security is long overdue.
- World Trade Center Structure 09-13-01 Voice of America - It was the intense heat from the fire that broke out after the two jet airliners flew into the buildings that turned them into rubble.
- CHENEY - TERRORISM 09-13-01 Voice of America - Reports on the Vice-Presidents move to Camp David
- BUSH TERRORISM 09-13-01 Voice of America - President Bush is vowing to lead the world to victory over terrorism.
- PAKISTAN / U-S ATTACKS 09-13-01 Voice of America - Pakistan is promising the United States full cooperation in the fight against terror.
- Osama bin Laden 09-13-01 Voice of America - Background on Osama bin Laden
- CONGRESS / TERRORISM 09-13-01 Voice of America - An unusually united American Congress is pushing ahead with a legislative response to the devastating terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon.
- U-S AVIATION REOPENED 09-13-01 Voice of America - The U-S government has re-opened the country's civil aviation system with increased security following its shutdown because of the terrorist airliners attacks in New York and Washington.
- PAKISTAN/U-S ATTACK 09-13-01 Voice of America - Pakistan's military leader General Pervez Musharraf condemned the attacks on New York and Washington, calling them barbaric act of terrorism. He says concerted international effort is needed to fight terror in all its forms and manifestations.
- RUSSIA / REACTION 09-13-01 Voice of America - : Russian President Vladimir Putin asked people across Russia to observe a moment of silence today/Thursday for the victims of the terrorist attacks in the United States.
- BUSH - TERRORISM WRAP 09-13-01 Voice of AmericaPresident calls the struggle against terrorism the first war of the 21st century.
- PAKISTAN/U-S ATTACK 09-13-01 Voice of America Pakistan is promising the United States full cooperation in the fight against terrorism. From Islamabad, Ayaz Gul reports.
- Powell=Terrorism 09-13-01 Voice of America Secretary of State Colin Powell says the United States intends to lead a global war on terrorist groups that will go beyond the promised U-S-led assault against those found responsible for the New York and Washington attacks. He also confirms that Saudi exile Osama Bin Laden and his organization is a key suspect.
- World Trade Center Structure 09-13-01 Voice of America It was the intense heat from the fire that broke out after the two jet airliners flew into the buildings that turned them into rubble.
- World Trade Center & Fire Safety 09-13-01 Voice of America Interview with David Lucht, Director of Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Center for Fire Safety Studies
- CONGRESS/TERRORISM (S&L UPDATES)09-13-01 Voice of America : The U-S Congress is moving ahead with legislative response to Tuesday's deadly terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
- PENTAGON/RETALIATION 09-13-01 Voice of America The Pentagon is poised for what a senior U-S defense official says will be a sustained campaign against terrorism in the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
- PENTAGON/DESTRUCTION 09-13-01 Voice of America The Pentagon Thursday allowed a small group of reporters inside the heavily guarded perimeter around the immediate crash site where a terrorist-commandeered airliner slammed into the building earlier this week.
- LESSONS OF TERRORISM 09-13-01 Voice of America There is talk although none from official government sources -- of rather imminent military action.
Defense Policy / Programs
- DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY THE OFFICE OF THE SPOKESMAN FOR THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ND BY THE SPOKESMAN FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY United Nations 13 Sep 2001
- PRESS BRIEFING BY SECRETARY-GENERAL’S SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE FOR ETHIOPIA AND ERITREA United Nations 13 Sep 2001
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