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OCTOBER 31, 2001

Hillary Lane reports fax machines, e-mail, private deliveries -- and now the anthrax scare --- have put the U.S. postal service in jeopardy (October 31)

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Virgin Atlantic and British Airways roll out the first airliners with reinforced cockpit doors. CNN's Diana Muriel reports (October 31)

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CNN's Kathleen Koch reports on what U.S. officials and industry leaders say remains to be done to tighten airline security (October 31)

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President Bush tried to show that life goes on as he throws out the first pitch at game three of the World Series. CNN's John King reports (October 31)

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After the Justice Department warning, Americans from all walks of life have security on their minds. CNN's Thelma Gutierrez reports (October 31)

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OCTOBER 30, 2001

Entrepreneurs are capitalizing on the recent anthrax scare that has many Americans afraid to open their mail. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports (October 30)

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CNN's Brooks Jackson reports on the impact of the September 11 attacks on the U.S. economy (October 30)

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CNN's Rebecca Mackinnon reports on a unique World Food Program effort to give girls an education (October 30)

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CNN's Rusty Dornin says some Muslim-American groups now want to say more about the U.S. position in the Middle East (October 30)

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CNN's Kathleen Koch checks out some of the latest efforts to secure airliner cockpits (October 30)

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The stock of the world's lone Cipro producer is skyrocketing, but can the drug ensure Bayer a successful future? CNNfn's Kitty Pilgrim reports (October 30)

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Early symptoms of the flu and anthrax are almost identical, causing many doctors to error on the side of caution. CNN's Rea Blakey reports (October 30)

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OCTOBER 29, 2001

New Yorkers remembered those who lost their lives at a memorial on the site where the World Trade Center once stood. (October 29)

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CNN's Thelma Gutierrez reports on how one family's sacrifice is helping ease Afghan suffering. (October 29)

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James C. Goodwin was forced to step down after saying United Airlines was flirting with bankruptcy. CNNfn's Greg Clarkin reports. (October 29)

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OCTOBER 28, 2001

Family members of victims gather at Ground Zero for a memorial service. CNN's Brian Palmer reports (October 28)

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OCTOBER 26, 2001

CNN's Thelma Gutierrez reports that Phoenix, Arizona, is taking extensive security precautions in preparation for the World Series (October 26)

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CNN's Jeanne Moos has more of how New York is dealing with the loss of the World Trade Center Towers (October 26)

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The U.S. government is preparing for a long battle against anthrax. CNN's Jeanne Meserve reports (October 26)

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Critics question whether money raised by charities is going to those who need it most. CNNfn's Peter Viles reports (October 26)

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Actor Kevin Spacey is chipping in to help the New York relief effort while promoting his new movie 'K-Pax'. CNN's Sherri Sylvester reports (October 26)

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Legislation gives authorities new powers that have critics concerned over civil liberties, privacy. CNN's Jonathan Karl reports (October 26)

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OCTOBER 25, 2001

CNNfn's Casey Wian reports on the whereabouts of a few high-profile CEOs in America since September 11 (October 25)

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CNN Student Bureau Correspondent reports on a student peace protest in Indiana (October 25)

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CNN's Candy Crowley looks at the life of Arab-Americans in one U.S. city (October 25)

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed a $100 billion economic stimulus package. CNNfn's Tim O'Brien reports (October 25)

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U.S. law enforcement agencies are taking a 'zero tolerance' approach to anthrax hoaxes. CNN's Martin Savidge reports (October 25)

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The U.S. government has reached a deal with Bayer to buy more of the anthrax-fighting drug Cipro. CNN's John King reports (October 25)

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OCTOBER 24, 2001

Millions of dollars are slated to help terror victims' families, but are they getting their share? CNNfn's Peter Viles reports (October 24)

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CNN's Brian Cabell examines a new shopping mall that seems to be doing good business in lieu of the terrorist attacks and a slow economy (October 22)

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OCTOBER 23, 2001

Insurance property claims stemming from the September 11 attacks could top $40 billion. CNNfn's Tim O'Brien reports (0ctober 23)

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CNN's Beth Nissen reports that after the September 11th attacks more people seem to be getting married or divorced (October 23)

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OCTOBER 22, 2001

CNN's Garrick Utley talked to young and old in Washington Square Park about how they see the future for themselves and the country (October 22)

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CNN's Rusty Dornin reports on tolerance and acceptance in a college town in Montana (October 22)

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Despite the increase in car sales, U.S. automakers are still bracing for difficult times. CNNfn's Maggie Lake reports (October 22)

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CNN's Lisa Barron reports on the impact of the September 11 attacks on the markets in Asia (October 22)

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OCTOBER 21, 2001

Girls in northern Afghanistan say the country's civil war is about their right to learn, which the Taliban denies them. CNN's Matthew Chance reports (October 21)

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U.S. Rep. Sam Johnson, R-Texas, tries to calm fear among constituents in Dallas. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports (October 21)

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OCTOBER 20, 2001

CNN's Kitty Pilgrim says that major stock markets have bounced back from a post-attack lull (October 20)

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U.S. President George W. Bush tells a world trade meeting in China that 'every nation must oppose this enemy.' CNN's John King reports (October 20)

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OCTOBER 19, 2001

CNN's Candy Crowley talks with Berkeley peace activists who believe protest is patriotic (October 19)

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CNN's Gary Strieker reports on the variety of airport security systems hitting the market as a result of the September 11 attacks (October 19)

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CNN's Rea Blakey explains how professional remediation companies clean up anthrax (October 19)

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Some westerners living in Baghdad are finding that Iraqis are treating them better than they ever expected. CNN's Rula Amin reports (October 19)

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With the world on alert for anthrax, the hazardous material suit might be the hot fashion for fall. CNN's Jeanne Moos explains (October 19)

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OCTOBER 18, 2001

CNN's Hena Cuevas says that buying Cipro is relatively easy and far less expensive than in the United States (October 18)

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Correspondent Peter Rosen reports on the donation from Utah (October 18)

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Anthrax threat shut down the U.S. House of Representative, but the U.S. Senate stayed open for business. CNN's Jonathan Karl reports (October 18)

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The U.S. government sought to reassure the public by saying its stockpile of drugs is adequate and growing. CNNfn's Peter Viles reports (October 18)

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NATO aircraft are patrolling the skies over the U.S., hoping to prevent a future terrorist attack. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports (October 18)

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The September 11 attacks may have a lasting effect on the construction of skyscrapers in the U.S. CNNfn's Steve Young reports (October 18)

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OCTOBER 17, 2001

CNN's Lauren Hunter reports on how the anthrax scares are affecting the entertainment industry (October 17)

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CNN's Lisa Barron has more on the Taiwan, China standoff at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Shanghai (October 17)

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Singer-songwriter Paul McCartney tells CNN's Lauren Sydney he was about to fly out of New York on the day of the attacks (October 17)

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Critics say the U.S. government is sending conflicting signals about anthrax. CNN's Jeanne Meserve reports (October 17)

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Does the U.S. rely too much on one drug company for anthrax antibiotic? CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports (October 17)

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OCTOBER 16, 2001

CNN's John King reports that U.S. President George W. Bush will proceed with plans to attend the APEC conference in Shanghai, China (October 16)

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CNN's Jeanne Moos discovers that most people aren't doing anything differently despite the climate of fear due to terrorist attacks and anthrax scares (October 16)

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour reports that the U.S. wants to make sure peace remains between India and Pakistan in the Kashmir region (October 16)

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CNN's Lauren Sydney says television and film production teams loaned equipment and supplies at a crucial time (October 16)

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U.S. lawmakers are closer to enacting legislation to combat money laundering. CNNfn's Tim O'Brien reports (October 16)

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CNNFn's Peter Viles reports that Americans are stocking up on Cipro and other antibiotics in the wake of the anthrax scare. (October 16)

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OCTOBER 15, 2001

CNN's Steve Young reports on a Michigan company inundated with orders for a parachute designed for last-minute jumps off skyscrapers. (October 15)

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Entrepeneurs have never been bashful about exploiting current events. CNN's Brooks Jackson looks at some Osama bin Laden novelty items (October 15)

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Ethnicity will be a major factor in a future Afghanistan government. CNN's Rebecca MacKinnon reports (October 15)

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OCTOBER 14, 2001

CNN's Elina Fuhrman reports on how Americans are stockpiling supplies, ranging from food and water to antibiotics, after the terrorist attacks (October 14)

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Controversy brews in Amherst, Massachusetts, over flying the American flag. CNN's Bill Delaney reports. (October 14)

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OCTOBER 12, 2001

CNN's Paula Zahn talks to Secretary of Education, Rod Paige, about the pledge and helping children deal with their emotions about the terrorist attacks (October 12)

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CNN's Bill Delaney examines how perspectives have changed even when trying to enjoy life's simple pleasures (October 12)

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CNN's Hala Gorani reports that many European stocks seem to be rallying (October 12)

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An anti-terrorism bill passed in the Senate by a vote of 96-1. Senators Orrin Hatch and Patrick Leahy comment on the bill. (October 12)

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NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani refused a $10 million aid check from a Saudi prince. CNN's Martin Savidge reports (October 12)

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OCTOBER 11, 2001

CNN's Bill Delaney explains how a professor's criticism of the U.S. flag on September 10 causes a stir after September 11 (October 11)

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CNN's Anne McDermott looks at some of the ways American life has changed since September 11. (October 11)

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CNN's Deborah Feyerick reports on how New York remains on high alert. (October 11)

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U.S. President Bush honors the 189 people who died at the Pentagon on September 11 (October 11)

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New York City remembers: Families, workers and survivors mark a month since the terror attacks (October 11)

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OCTOBER 10, 2001

Regulators are rethinking the rules to help Europe's air carriers in a competitive global market. CNN's Liz George reports (October 10)

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The U.S. biotechnology industry has stepped up efforts in the defense against biological and chemical weapons. CNNfn's Bruce Francis reports (October 10)

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Aid agencies are critical of U.S. food drops over Afghanistan, calling them inadequate and creating confusion among the needy. CNN's Robin Oakley reports (October 10)

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OCTOBER 9, 2001

Tightened security measures on goods coming in and out of New York City have slowed the flow of commerce. CNNFn's Kitty Pilgrim reports (October 9)

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OCTOBER 8, 2001

In the wake of the U.S.-led airstrikes, the Emmys have been called off. CNN's Sherri Sylvester reports (October 8)

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CNN's Rusty Dornin speaks with some Afghan-Americans who have mixed emotions about the U.S. military strikes on their homeland (October 8)

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OCTOBER 6, 2001

CNNfn's Fred Katayama reports on the surge in video conferencing following attacks in the U.S. (October 6)

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CNN's Jeanne Moos visits a tattoo parlor in New York to see what people are saying on their bodies (October 6)

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OCTOBER 5, 2001

CNN's Kate Snow reports on ideas Congress is considering for recovery, including tax breaks for travel, medals, flags and more (October 5)

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Workers are making rapid progress in repairing the damage done to the Pentagon on September 11 (October 5)

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OCTOBER 4, 2001

CNN's Bruce Morton takes a ride on the first fight out of Reagan National Airport since it was closed after the September 11attacks (October 4)

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CNN's Mike Chinoy surveys a desolate area in Pakistan near the Afghanistan border to be used to house and feed incoming Afghan refugees (October 4)

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Since the attacks on the World Trade Center, CNN's Jeanne Moos has noticed a definite change in the behavior of some New Yorkers. (October 4)

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OCTOBER 3, 2001

The travel industry was hit hard September 11. CNN's John Zarrella reports the southeast U.S. is seeing some recovery (October 3)

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Broadway is living up to the old axiom "The show must go on." CNN's Lauren Sidney reports (October 3)

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A survivor of the Trade Center attacks was released from a New York burn center. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has his story (October 3)

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A small business in Boston faces ruin because nobody is shopping after the attacks. CNN's Bill Delaney reports (October 2)

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With the list of travel warnings growing, many business travelers are wary of air travel. CNNfn's Kitty Pilgrim reports (October 3)

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CNN's Jeanne Moos found out that some Americans are in dire need of something to laugh about (October 3)

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Senate Democrats are worried anti-terror legislation violates civil rights. CNN's Jonathan Karl has more (October 3)

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OCTOBER 2, 2001

A former U.S. envoy says America allowed the international terrorist network to establish itself in Afghanistan (October 2)

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CNN's Patty Davis reports on a federal task force's recommendations on tightening aircraft security (October 2)

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CNNfn's Tim O'Brien overviews the steps President Bush and congressional leaders are taking to stimulate a sagging economy (October 2)

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Reporting from what used to be the palace of the king, CNN's Chris Burns explains how many Afghanis in the north wish for a return to life without war (October 2)

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Canada's government is talking about how to increase security. Correspondent Roger Smith reports (October 2)

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A former U.S. envoy says America allowed the international terrorist network to establish itself in Afghanistan (October 2)

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A former Senate Armed Services Committee chairman says the U.S. must concentrate on keeping weapons of mass destruction safe (October 2)

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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has decided to lift the ban on curbside check-ins at some U.S. airports. CNN's Patty Davis reports (October 2)

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In Asia, all eyes will be on the U.S. Federal Reserve when it meets to discuss another interest rate cut. CNN's Lisa Barron reports (October 2)

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The tall trade center towers may be no longer, but still, the mail flows in for its occupants. CNN's Beth Nissen has the story of the Trade Center mail carriers (October 2)

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New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani urges the United Nations to implement an anti-terrorism resolution. CNN's Richard Roth reports (October 2)

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OCTOBER 1, 2001

CNNfn's Steve Young looks at how businessess around the U.S. are tightening security and setting up employee evacuation plans (October1)

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Many rescue workers at the World Trade Center site are worried about the long term effects on their health. CNN's Brian Palmer reports (October 1)

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CNN's Nic Robertson says the U.N. has finally located trucks to haul food into Afghanistan (October 1)

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CNN's Mike Boettcher looks at the draft results of an exercise held last year to gauge preparedness for biochemical attack (October 1)

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Private and federal assistance programs juggle aid claims made by victims of the attacks. Hillary Lane reports for CNNfn (October 1)

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Aid workers in Pakistan are struggling to meet the needs of refugees fleeing Afghanistan. CNN's Mike Chinoy reports (October 1)

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