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Remembering 9/11


Fourteen years ago today nearly 3,000 people died in the 9/11 attacks.


Terrorist group Al Qaeda hijacked four airplanes and used them to attack several American landmarks. Two planes were flown directly into the World Trade Center’s “twin towers” in New York City. One flew into the Pentagon (US defence department) and the last crashed outside of the city after its passengers attempted to overcome the hijackers onboard.


Al Qaeda initially denied involvement in the attack, but later their leader Osama bin Laden claimed responsibility. In 2011 American soldiers killed bin Laden.


Many still remember exactly where they were when they heard about the attacks on September 11th 2001. Today, people will remember those who lost their lives with a two minute silence.

UK: Politicians drone on about Syria


What they’re saying is actually important though. Syria’s in the middle of a civil war, and Islamist group Islamic State is also growing.


In 2013 MPs voted against military action in the country. Case closed? Well… not really. Earlier this year it was revealed that UK pilots had been taking part in airstrikes in the country. Now, the Prime Minister has admitted that unmanned aerial drones were used to take out two British citizens fighting with Islamic State. The government claims this was a lawful act of self defence as the targets were planning an attack on British soil. The government is now gearing up to discuss military action in Syria once more.


Read: What’s going on in Syria… should the UK be involved?

Asia: Things are kicking off in North Korea


This week marked North Korea’s day of independence… but who are they independent from? The BBC have also announced they will start broadcasting to this mysterious country, how will this work when their "internet" is so carefully monitored that it isn't even called an internet, but rather an intranet.


We teamed up with Asian affairs expert Thomas König to find out why NK split from SK and how the two countries in such close proximity, can be worlds apart.


Watch: North Vs. South Korea


Explore: The differences between North and South Korea explained

Next Week: We finally find out who’s won the Labour leadership

Will Jeremy Corbyn or Yvette Cooper sweep the top spot? Or will Andy Burnham or Liz Kendall do better than expected?


What is a Political Party Break Up: Will the new Labour leader mean the party splits up?

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