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Since 1979, global airline capacity grew an average of 3.1% annually – mostly immune to all but the 9/11 World Trade Centre attacks and the Global Banking crisis

People on the streets of Wellington remember their experiences 10 years on from the the World Trade Center attacks of September 11, 2001.

Bu the World Trade Centre attacks aren't the only tragedy that scientists have learnt from. , after the 1995 , engineers worked on developing tougher materials that would give people time to evacuate a building before it collapsed. A team of engineers at UNSW has now created high performance concretes that are twice as strong as regular concrete, and up to 200 times tougher, which means they can absorb up to 200 times more energy and still keep a building standing.

World Trade Center Attack (Holy Jihad)

According to official figures, of the 2,749 victims of the World Trade Centre attacks, 2,071 were occupants of the buildings. Doctors said those who spent significant amounts of time at the site are at increased risk of a number of different cancers, including prostate, thyroid, leukaemia and multiple myeloma, after coming into contact with “wildly toxic” dust emitted for months following the World Trade Centre attacks.

World Visits: World Trade Center Attack 9/11

The World Trade Centre attacks in 2001 and the Global Banking crisis of 2008-2009 are the only two events since 1979 that caused significant decreases in global air capacity, averaging a 3% and 9% drop in capacity and recovering within 36 months and 24 months respectively

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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said he wants Omar Abdul Rahman, the Egyptian Muslim cleric jailed in the Unites States for his role in the 1993 World Trade Center attack, to serve out the rest of his sentence at home, state media reported on Thursday. – The Mauritanian media this week largely commented on the terrorist attacks in Paris and Saint-Denis, perpetrated on Friday, 13 November, with 129 killed and more than 300 injured for which Daech has claimed responsibility.

In an editorial, the weekly magazine "Biladi" says that the attacks that hit the French capital on Friday last week caused compassion and sadness throughout the world, and in Mauritania, the political parties denounced the horrible foreign acts against the Muslim religion which the perpetrators of the carnage claimed to belong.

“However within us, since the World Trade Centre attacks and Bin Laden, some do not hesitate to applaud this kind of attack, thinking that they have succeeded in pursuing the cause of the Muslims, victims of injustice in the world.

But they seem to forget that terrorism has left more victims in Muslim countries," says the newspaper.

"Peace and security in Africa: as soon as the Dakar forum ends, Paris gets burnt and France radicalizes itself," said the newspaper "l’Authentique".

The newspaper therefore recounts the works of the conference held in the French capital by the Pan-African strategic institute (PSI), with the participation of hundreds of people, which preceded the Paris and Saint-Denis attacks.

The newspaper "Mauritanies" highlights the reaction of an intellectual, Mr Lo Gourmo Abdoul, also a Mauritanian politician, raising the issue of the criminal dimension of the attacks -- killing people because they are there in front of your guns, without any other reason than showing your hatred of the other person.
However, since the second World Trade Center attack in 2001, terrorism by Muslim-Americans has fallen precipitously. The homegrown Muslim or Middle Eastern terrorist cell that Chesnoff fears in his story has not come to fruition. New York’s public radionetwork faced an interesting challenge when contemplating how to fill the airwaves on the tenth anniversary of the World Trade Centre attacks. What music would listeners want to hear as they remembered the events of a decade ago? Programmers at WNYC decided to crowdsource the problem and, with two weeks to …