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InicioHemeroteca16 años de los atentados a las Torres Gemelas en EE.UU.

16 años de los atentados a las Torres Gemelas en EE.UU.

Los atentados causaron más de 6.000 heridos y la muerte de 3.000 personas. Los 19 terroristas también fallecieron.
El 11 de septiembre de 2001, denominado también como el 9/11 o 11-S, fue un día catastrófico para Estados Unidos debido a los cuatro atentados terroristas suicidas, perpetrados por 19 miembros de la red yihadista Al Qaeda. Ahora el país conmemorará el aniversario número 16 de esta tragedia.

Cabe recordar que se secuestraron aviones comerciales para ser impactados contra diversos objetivos, causando la muerte de alrededor de 3.000 personas y dejando a otros 6.000 heridos, así como la destrucción en Nueva York de todo el complejo de edificios del World Trade Center (incluidas las Torres Gemelas) y graves daños en el edificio del Pentágono, que es la sede del Departamento de Defensa de los Estados Unidos, en el estado de Virginia, episodio que precedería a la guerra de Afganistán y a la adopción por el Gobierno estadounidense y sus aliados de la política catalogada guerra contra el terrorismo.

Los 19 miembros de Al Qaeda, se dividieron en cuatro grupos de secuestradores, cada uno de ellos con un terrorista que piloteaba el avión una vez ya reducida la tripulación de la cabina. Los aviones de los vuelos, 11 de American Airlines y 175 de United Airlines fueron los primeros en ser secuestrados, siendo ambos estrellados contra las dos torres gemelas del World Trade Center, el primero contra la torre Norte y el segundo, poco después, contra la Sur, provocando que ambos rascacielos se derrumbaran en las dos horas siguientes.

El tercer avión secuestrado pertenecía al vuelo 77 de American Airlines y fue empleado para ser impactado contra una de las fachadas del Pentágono, en Virginia.

El cuarto avión, con el vuelo 93 de United Airlines, no alcanzó ningún objetivo al resultar estrellado en campo abierto, cerca de Shanksville, en Pensilvania, tras perder el control en cabina como consecuencia del enfrentamiento de los pasajeros y tripulantes con el comando terrorista. Este tendría como eventual objetivo el Capitolio de los Estados Unidos, ubicado en Washington.

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