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White House yields to 9/11 panel

A commission investigating the 11 September attacks says the White House has agreed to let it see some top-secret presidential documents. The bipartisan congressional commission is trying to establish when the authorities were alerted to possible al-Qaeda attacks on the US. It also wants to know exactly when an alert was issued that four passenger planes had been hijacked. Military jets were scrambled, but they came too late to stop the attacks. The 10-member panel, headed by former New Jersey Governor Thomas Kean, has until May to report on its investigation into lapses in national security relating to the attacks. Full Story

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