Developments in terrorist attacks fallout, investigation |

Developments in terrorist attacks fallout, investigation

The Associated Press

Developments Wednesday related to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks:

– U.S. and Pakistani officials end two days of talks in Islamabad, with Pakistani leader saying nations agree on military preparations for combating Osama bin Laden’s terrorist network in Afghanistan.

– Thousands storm abandoned U.S. Embassy compound in Afghan capital of Kabul, burning cars and tearing down the U.S. seal.

– U.N. agency says assault on Afghanistan could send up to 1.5 million refugees into neighboring countries.

– Delta Air Lines says it will trim up to 13,000 jobs, adding to more than 100,000 job cuts in the industry since the attacks. Stocks fall after a two-day advance.

– President Bush prepares security package expected to include more air marshals and stronger cockpit doors.

– Europe continues crackdown on suspected terrorists, making arrests in Spain, Britain and the Netherlands. Two men ordered held without bond in Virginia.

-Crews work to dismantle last standing remnant of the World Trade Center. Death toll at trade center rises to 300, while missing number 6,347. Death toll at Pentagon remains 189, Pennsylvania crash 44.

– New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani says single-occupant passenger vehicles will be barred in large section of Manhattan this week, due in part to unspecified security concerns.

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