The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pakistan springboard for al Qaida
Recent attacks and a wealth of ominous new intelligence information show that the al Qaida leadership — declared all but dead by many experts — is reinvigorated, now based in Iran and Pakistan, and orchestrating terrorist strikes around the world, US officials said yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Morocco blast focus on obscure group
Some of the 13 suicide bombers who killed 28 people in Casablanca are Moroccans linked to a little-known local radical Islamist group and came from abroad, Morocco’s justice ...  | Read.. 
Martial law in Aceh
Indonesian president put rebellious Aceh province under martial law today and gave the green light for a major military assault against rebels after last-ditch peace talks in ...  | Read.. 
Blast derails West Asia talks
A Palestinian suicide bomber killed seven people aboard a Jerusalem bus today, prompting Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to put off a trip to the White House to discuss a ...  | Read.. 
A woman at a window opposite the Cercle de l’alliance Israelite in Casablanca on Saturday after a bomb tore apart the Jewish centre. (AFP)
Roll with the Stones
Wanted: A bishop for England
The truth’s out: Politicians lie
It’s official. After intensive research, scientists have concluded that politicians lie...  | Read.. 
Hungry for hit, Liz wants it hot
In an effort to give her career a much-needed boost, British actress Elizabeth Hurley wants to do m..  | Read.. 
US boost to tobacco war
The US said today it would fully support a global anti-smok ...  | Read.. 

Virus tightens grip on Taiwan
Taiwan saw another record rise in the number of new SARS ca ...  | Read..