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Former US President Bush pays tribute to those who lost their lives in terrorist attacks

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Shanksville (USA), Sep 11 (AP) Former US President George W Bush told people at the Flight-93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania that Americans learned a lot about themselves on September 11. At a tribute ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Saturday, Bush said the people of America showed bravery and learned how to fight against death. George W Bush was the President of the United States at the time of the terrorist attacks. He commended the courage of the passengers and crew of Flight-93 who are believed to have carried the Capitol.

Shanksville (USA), Sep 11 (AP) Former US President George W Bush told people at the Flight-93 National Memorial in Pennsylvania that Americans learned a lot about themselves on September 11. At a tribute ceremony on the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Saturday, Bush said the people of America showed bravery and learned how to stand firm in the face of death.

George W Bush was the President of the United States at the time of the terrorist attacks. He commended the courage of the passengers and crew of Flight-93 who are believed to have foiled the plot to attack the Capitol. The plane crashed in the rural Pennsylvania area. Bush said the 33 passengers and seven crew members on board the plane showed “amazing courage” and stood united for America. “The terrorists soon realized that these people of America were not ordinary people, but a group of special people,” Bush said.

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Vice President Kamala Harris begins her address at the ‘Flight-93 National Memorial’ by remembering those who lost their lives on September 11. Harris said, “In our country over the past 20 years, many people have felt deeply saddened. We always stand with you all.

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