September 11, 2001

After the attacks on World Trade Center, New York

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Fact Sheet
"We have no compassion for terrorists in this country. Nor will we have any compassion for any state that sponsors them. We have great compassion, however, for the millions around the world who are victims of hate, of victims of oppressive government, including the people who live in Afghanistan."
President George W. Bush on Okt 4, 2001.
  Fact Sheet: U.S. Assistance to the Afghan People - printer-friendly version Source: (Here you can listen to the President's remarks on this and other topics)  

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Conplan and Anthrax Resources

Conplan PDF Version (219 KB)   United States Interagency domestic Terrorism concept of operations plan (January 2001).
Source: Federation of American Scientists
You can find here also: Anthrax Resources
Conplan PDF Version (121 KB)   "How to handle Anthrax and other biological agent threats" An official CDC Health Advisory from October 12, 2001.

You can find a huge Anthrax section on the web site of the Center for Infectious Disease Research And Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota.

It is regularly updated with news stories focusing on the medical and bioterrorism aspects of Anthrax, and the "Overview" provides current and comprehensive medical information about the disease. Additionally, they have scores of medically reviewed links to other resources on and off the Internet.

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