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9/11 attacks: the 20 most shocking photos of the attack | Digital Trends Spanish

There were just under 15 minutes to go to 9:00 am on September 11, 2001 in New York, when an American Airlines flight hit one of the Twin Towers. The world would never be the same again. The scenes of destruction and pain, but also of hope in the hands of rescuers, are portrayed in these 20 iconic images of the 9/11 attacks. It will interest you Impact The moment United Airlines Flight 175 crashes into the South Tower of the World Trade Center and subsequently explodes. Spencer Platt / Getty ImagesFlames in the North Tower A close-up of the fire that broke out in the North Tower of the World Trade Center after the impact of the first plane hijacked by Al Qaeda. L. Busacca / WireImage / Getty ImagesSurvivor With his shirt destroyed, a man who managed to escape inside the World Trade Ce...
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9/11 attacks: the 102-minute videos that shook the world | Digital Trends Spanish

102 minutes elapsed on September 11, 2001 between the first impact against the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center (WTC) and the collapse of the emblematic buildings in the financial heart of the United States. This chronology of the attacks from 9/11 reflects the moments that shook the world. You will be interested in: 8:46.36 am The American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767 with 92 people on board, crashes into the North Tower of the World Trade Center (WTC), in the first of three attacks that the terrorist group Al Qaeda managed to carry out. The plane had taken off at 7:59 am ET from Boston's Logan International Airport bound for Los Angeles, but was hijacked by five attackers during the first 15 minutes of the flight. One of the first records known to the world was captured by...
11 de septiembre, 11-S, atentados, Tendencias

9/11 attacks: this is how the Internet reported the attacks on the Twin Towers | Digital Trends Spanish

In 2001, communication revolved around television. Digital media were taking their first steps and they still did not dream of live broadcasts. There were no social networks like YouTube, Twitter or Facebook. And if there were few who had a cell phone, not even dreaming of having one with a built-in camera. Without these platforms, How did the internet report the 9/11 attacks? You will be interested in: Using the tool Internet Archive's WayBack Machine, we went back 20 years to rescue how the internet portals of the main US media reported on the events that impacted not only the United States, but the entire world. America under attack - CNN / Internet Archive screenshot"United States under attack." In this way, the US network CNN reported on the attacks. The site describe...
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9/11 Bombings: Online Tributes to Victims | Digital Trends Spanish

Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on September 11, 2001, in the largest terrorist attack against the United States. We compile the memorials that pay tribute online to the victims of the 9/11 attacks, as a way of preserving the historical memory two decades after the event. You will be interested in: On the morning of September 11, 2001, two commercial airliners were used by Osama bin Laden's Al-Qaeda terrorist group as projectiles to hit the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center (WTC), in an attack on the financial heart of the United States. . A third plane attacked the Pentagon, while passengers in a fourth - the famous Flight 93 - prevented it from being used against the Capitol. The attacks caused the direct death of 2,996 people –including the 19 terrorists–, 24 disappeared a...
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Conflict in Afghanistan: films and documentaries to understand what is happening | Digital Trends Spanish

Afghanistan is making headlines again after the withdrawal of the US military from Kabul, leaving the country in the hands of the Taliban, whose aim is to impose their interpretation of Islamic law and eliminate any foreign influence. The conflict in Afghanistan began in 1979 and has been part of the longest - and second most expensive - war in the United States. This war comes to an end at the same time that thousands of citizens try to flee, after the insurgents have taken the Afghan capital and have taken control of almost the entire country. It might interest you: So that you can better understand everything about this crisis - which seems to have been locked in an endless loop since its inception and which ignited in 2001 with the 9/11 attacks orchestrated by Al-Qaeda - we recomme...