Ceremony held for the 20th anniversary of 1993 World Trade Center bombing

Six were killed and 1,000 injured when a truck bomb exploded in an underground garage.

Six were killed and 1,000 injured when a truck bomb exploded in an underground garage. (2/26/13)

MANHATTAN - A special ceremony was held this afternoon to remember the 20th anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

A moment of silence was held at 12:18 p.m., marking the exact time when a truck bomb exploded in a garage below one of the Twin Towers. Six people were killed, and 1,000 were injured in the attack.

Six Islamic extremists were convicted of carrying out the attack.

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