Large containers lined with plastic (one is filled with debris that either has been sifted through, or will be sifted through, for human remains) sit at the western edge of ground zero in New York on October 23, 2006. Over the past few days, workers have discovered 114 bones of victims of the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks, leading to a renewed search for more remains. Families of victims have called on construction to stop at the site, but New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has said that the construction would continue, as will the recovery effort.
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