THE PENTAGON IS ON FIRE AFTER AN AIRCRAFT CRASHED INTO IT
Original caption: The U.S. Pentagon is on fire after a hijacked aircraft crashed into it, September 11, 2001. Three hijacked planes crashed into major U.S. landmarks on Tuesday, destroying both of New York's mighty twin towers of the World Trade Center and plunging the Pentagon in Washington into flames, in an unprecedented assault on key symbols of U.S. military and financial power. The Washington Monument is in background. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang
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