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Six Months Later

The U.S. flag is carried past President Bush and ambassadors from more than 100 countries during a memorial ceremony. (AP)
The honor guard stands at attention during the White House ceremony commemorating those killed Sept. 11. (AP)
President Bush greets military members following his address to more than 1,000 people gathered at the White House. (AP)
Cleanup work resumes at the site of the World Trade Center towers. (SPENCER PLATT / Getty Images)
New York City police officers observe a moment of silence for those killed Sept. 11. (AP)
New York City firefighter John Carroll slides down the fire pole next to a memorial for six members of Ladder Company 132 who were killed on Sept. 11. (AFP)
At St. Paul’s Chapel in New York City, former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani reads the names of those killed Sept. 11. (AP)
A photo of a woman killed Sept. 11 rests beside artist Fritz Koenig’s “The Sphere” sculpture in a New York City park. The artwork, which once stood in the fountain of the World Trade Center plaza, is now a temporary memorial. (AP)
New York City firefighters and construction workers gather around a makeshift steel cross during a prayer service at 8:46 a.m., the time the first of two hijacked airliners struck the twin towers on Sept. 11. (AFP)
A woman observes a moment of silence on the six-month anniversary of the terror attacks. (SPENCER PLATT / Getty Images)
World War II veteran Charles Vizzini reads a plaque commemorating the crew and passengers of United Flight 93 at the crash site in Shanksville, Penn. (AFP)
At the Pentagon, where 189 peopled died on Sept. 11, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld met with military leaders from the nations in the anti-terrorism coalition. (AFP)