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Return to normal lives, but stay vigilant: Bush

Nearly two months after the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center, United States President George W Bush urged a US public left jittery by warnings of renewed threats and a criminal anthrax outbreak to return to their normal lives, but stay vigilant.

"We are a different country that we were on September 10th: sadder and less innocent; stronger and more united; and in the face of ongoing threats, determined and more courageous," he declared.

He urged Americans to help meet the 'great national challenge' of eradicating terrorism and cherish the national unity and sense of purpose that emerged from the ashes of September 11 terror strikes.

"Our great national challenge is to hunt down the terrorists and strengthen our protections against future attacks; our great national opportunity is to preserve the good that has resulted," he said in an address to the nation on Thursday.

He said the US government was doing its utmost to thwart new attacks and called for the creation of a new civil defence force, modelled on volunteer fire departments, to respond to local emergencies when officials are stretched thin.

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