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Nationals announce increased security for 9/11 weekend games

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With Sunday's 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the Washington Nationals announced increased security for this weekend's games.

The team suggests fans arrive earlier than usual at Nationals Park for Saturday and Sunday's games against the Houston Astros and not bring bags.

Entry points will be limited and "comprehensive security checks" will occur at each gate. Additionally, no outside liquids will be permitted in the stadium.

Outside the stadium, pick-up and drop-off points for buses will be changed and vehicles will be checked in parking lots.

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