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Between the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan, along the concrete walls of the Pentagon and amid the trees in rural Shankesville, Pa., ceremonies are being held Sunday to mark the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. A full decade after the events that are now often boiled down to just two numbers — 9, 11 — it can be difficult to remember the before. Audie Cornish then talks to NPR's Robert Siegel and Tom Gjelten about the ceremonies marking the day.
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