An aid organization has launched a Web site to provide 24-hour assistance to victims of the terrorist attacks in the United States.

Japan Helpline, a nongovernmental body, is providing information around the clock in Japanese and English for victims and families, as well as a message board for information exchange and locating people at www.jhelp.com

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