News reports and photos in book to mark 20 years after 9/11

News reports and photos in book to mark 20 years after 9/11

News agency Associated Press (AP) has released a book to mark that it on September 11 will be 20 years since the terrorist attacks on New York’s Twin Towers.

AP Director of Programming Peter Costanzo said: “‘September 11’ tells the many stories of 9/11 — not only of the unprecedented horror of that morning, but also of the inspiring resilience and hope of the human spirit that followed.”

The book, September 11: The 9/11 Story, Aftermath and Legacy, is a collaboration with Sterling Publishing and comprises stories and photos from the news agency covering everything from events of the tragic day to the re-building of the World Trade Center and beyond.

The volume includes breaking news reports and in-depth investigative pieces from the AP archives; coverage of the rescue efforts and aftermath; the world’s reaction and subsequent US military operations; and the rebuilding of downtown New York.

Despite that AP among its staff has numbers of exceptionally qualified senior journalists, the book features a forward by Robert De Niro.

The book is available online and as a paperback.

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