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What the papers say - Financial Times

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European insurers could appeal against a jury ruling that a policy held by nine insurers treated the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center as two events. If the ruling is upheld it could mean claims doubling to £1.14bn. The ruling came at a second trial resulting from efforts by WTC leaseholder Larry Silverstein to collect £2bn from a syndicate of insurers.

The first trial involving nine other insurers ruled that the attacks were to be treated as one event.

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