The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center shook the globe and brought about a change in world order. A decade on, BBC World Service reflects on their impact with a collection of programmes - from 2011 and from the archive.
Around 38 planes and 6,700 people were diverted to Gander, a tiny Canadian town, when US airspace closed on 9/11. Listen as the 'plane people' return to Newfoundland. Plus, young New Yorkers - who as children lost beloved family members in 9/11 - tell their extraordinary stories of grief, growing up and a life forever changed.
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