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September 2001

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September 2001 was the ninth month of that common year. The month, which began on a Saturday, ended on a Monday after 30 days.

Portal:Current events

This is an Current events Portal from September 2001.
  • White English teenager Ross Parker stabbed to death in racially motivated attack by a gang of Muslim Asians in Peterborough, England. Racial tensions in the area had been raised following the September 11th attacks. (Dailymail) (Peter Borough Today)
  • The AZF fertiliser factory in Toulouse, France, explodes, killing 31 and injuring over 2000. Later, a terrorist group take up the name "AZF" when threatening to bomb French railways.
  • The national satellite radio service XM went live.
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