UK - A minute-long silence will be held on September 11 to mark the first anniversary of the terror attacks on the World Trade Centre.
People across the UK are expected to observe the silence which will begin at 1.46pm to mark the moment the attacks began.
Railway stations, airports, supermarkets, and offices amongst others will fall silent.
Public announcements will also advise that the minute is about to start.
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