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National 9/11 Museum at Standstill as Anniversary Nearsi
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September 05, 2012 10:20 PM
Eleven years after the September 11 terror attacks leveled the World Trade Center, work on a museum at the site, which was to open on the anniversary this year, has stopped - because of financial and power disputes. At the same time, family members of some of the victims are fighting the museum’s plan to preserve unidentified human remains in an underground repository. VOA’s Carolyn Weaver reports.

National 9/11 Museum at Standstill as Anniversary Nears

Published September 05, 2012

Eleven years after the September 11 terror attacks leveled the World Trade Center, work on a museum at the site, which was to open on the anniversary this year, has stopped - because of financial and power disputes. At the same time, family members of some of the victims are fighting the museum’s plan to preserve unidentified human remains in an underground repository. VOA’s Carolyn Weaver reports.


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