CBS Evening News September 27, 2001
President today sounded like he was in no hurry to strike and fighter jets are on alert to intercept any hijacked aircrafts the us ambassador to Indonesia sharply criticized police today for not intervening when protesters demonstrated outside the us embassy the FBI today released the photographs of the 19 hijackers which explain how easily they fit in to American society President Bush announced new federal measures to increase airline safety secretary of state Powell was skeptical about Jesse Jackson's offer to serve as a mediator with the Taliban from now on, Americans have to get used to the extremely tight highway security on roads across the country world news wrap, shooting rampage in Switzerland a gunman opens fire in the legislature killing 14 people, in middle east gun battle erupted over night despite promised cease fire, NATO troops begin leaving Macedonia after two weeks of saying they don't know where bin laden is.
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