The world changed at 8:45 am Eastern Daylight Time on September 11. As the hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the north World Trade Center (wtc) tower, it changed something very
fundamental in the way the world functioned.
Ironical as it may sound, Osama bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world and the perceived symbol of evil, received his first lessons in the art of clandestine operations and subterfuge from the CIA.
On Black Tuesday, when the twin towers of the World Trade Center crumbled after hijacked Boeings sliced through them like knife in butter, it signalled the beginning of the scariest and most volatile chapter in American economic history since the Gre
Stunned disbelief, followed by cold fury. That was how we saw America react to Black Tuesday's dastardly plane attacks on the Pentagon building in Washington and the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York.