Developments related to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks:
-- Thousands protest at abandoned U.S. Embassy compound in the Afghan capital of Kabul, burning cars and tearing down the U.S. seal.
-- Pakistani officials say nation and U.S. officials reach broad accord on a plan that includes attacks on camps in Afghanistan. Sticking points remain, and Pakistan warns against assisting alliance trying to overthrow Afghan's ruling Taliban.
--Crews work to dismantle last standing remnant of the World Trade Center; pieces of the seven-story facade are preserved for possible memorial. Area is declared a crime scene off limits to cameras.
-- Attorney General John Ashcroft warns of additional terrorist attacks that could include trucks carrying hazardous chemicals.
-- Death toll at trade center remains 287, missing number 6,347. Death toll at Pentagon remains 189, Pennsylvania crash 44.
-- Stocks are narrowly mixed in early trading after two days of gains in volatile market.
-- White House cuts back scheduled presidential trip to Asia in October to keep President Bush close to home.
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