This July 28, 2011 photo shows Raquel, 44, a teacher who did not want to give her surname, during an interview in Ecatepec, Mexico. Raquel's brother, Leobardo Lopez, a cook at the Windows on the World restaurant on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center, was killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Unable to afford visas to the U.S. for the tenth anniversary, they will watch the commemorations on television. "Where we all want to be that day, though, is ground zero," says Lopez, her eyes watering. "We want to be where he died, with people who are going through the same pain we are going through, and who understand that void we were all left with." Like many families of foreign victims, Lopez was disturbed by the wars that followed 9/11. This year, the family will wear white as a symbol of their wish for peace. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)

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This July 28, 2011 photo shows Raquel, 44, a teacher who did not want to give her surname, during an interview in Ecatepec, Mexico. Raquel's brother, Leobardo Lopez, a cook at the Windows on the World restaurant on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center, was killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Unable to afford visas to the U.S. for the tenth anniversary, they will watch the commemorations on television. "Where we all want to be that day, though, is ground zero," says Lopez, her eyes watering. "We want to be where he died, with people who are going through the same pain we are going through, and who understand that void we were all left with." Like many families of foreign victims, Lopez was disturbed by the wars that followed 9/11. This year, the family will wear white as a symbol of their wish for peace. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)
This July 28, 2011 photo shows Raquel, 44, a teacher who did not want to give her surname, during an interview in Ecatepec, Mexico. Raquel's brother, Leobardo Lopez, a cook at the Windows on the World restaurant on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center, was killed during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Unable to afford visas to the U.S. for the tenth anniversary, they will watch the commemorations on television. "Where we all want to be that day, though, is ground zero," says Lopez, her eyes watering. "We want to be where he died, with people who are going through the same pain we are going through, and who understand that void we were all left with." Like many families of foreign victims, Lopez was disturbed by the wars that followed 9/11. This year, the family will wear white as a symbol of their wish for peace. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)
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