At least 21 Japanese remained unaccounted for as of Wednesday morning after terrorist attacks rocked the United States, Japanese government officials said.

They include 17 employees of Japanese firms that had offices in the World Trade Center in New York, and a doctor whose affiliation wasn’t determined as of press time.

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