Most newspapers here carried articles Sunday to mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11, denouncing terrorist activities.
The People's Daily published a news story titled "US starts serial events to mark the ten anniversary of 9/11", which covered US President Barack Obama's weekly radio and Internet address, responses from the UN, European Union and countries like Pakistan, reported Xinhua.
It did not mention China's comments on this event.
The Beijing News reported on its international page that security checks were tightened in New York when the 10th anniversary drew near, due to terrorist attack warnings.
It carried an article titled "Anti-terrorism brings turbulence to the world", saying that US has owed a debt to Iraq and there is overreaction in the campaign.
The Liberation Army Daily did not carry a report on the event. Neither did the Guangming Daily.
The China Daily frontpaged the story of 10th anniversary.
Two newspapers in Chinese, the China Youth Daily and Southern Weekly, too carried a frontpage story of the event.
The China Youth Daily put out a human interest story on how 9/11 affected the whole generation of US youth, with interviews of several young Americans to convey their feelings, while the Southern Weekly carried an in-depth report on the aftermath of 9/11, titled "New York doesn't believe in hatred".
The event was high on the agenda of China's leading websites but not on the headlines.
Leading gateways like Sina and Sohu as well as news websites like People.com.cn put the story on the place following Chinese President Hu Jintao's speech on the country's Teacher's Day or the earthquake in east China.
However, twitter-like Weibo launched an online campaign to mark the 9/11, named "Say goodbye to terror with peace".