The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Forget 9/11, more ahead: Al Qaida
A purported audio tape by Osama bin Laden’s al Qaida group today vowed attacks on Americans “everywhere” and so devastating that Washington would forget the horror of the September 11 suicide hijackings. ...  | Read.. 
Bush lines up Iraq pep-talk for America
President George W. Bush was set today to tell Americans they must stay the course in Iraq and to appeal for more international help to suppress hostile activity highlighted ...  | Read.. 
Spy shadow on former French minister
A furious row has erupted in France over allegations that a minister was paid as a contact by a CIA spy, before being persuaded by the French secret service to pass false inf ...  | Read.. 
Backlash begins to hurt Blair
More voters think Prime Minister Tony Blair should quit than back him, according to a poll published today as the British leader grapples with his worst political crisis in s ...  | Read.. 
Actors Amanda Peet and John Cusack at the American Film Festival in Deauville for the presentation of their film Identity. (AFP)
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Canine cause
Pak radicals warn army
Pakistani Islamists ruling a key province bordering Afghanistan warned the army today against a cra..  | Read.. 
Arafat shortlists new PM
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat told his Fatah faction in a closed-door meeting today that he w..  | Read.. 
Radical UK group meet to celebrate Sept. 11
An extremist British Islamic group linked to suicide bombin ...  | Read.. 

Li breakdown hint
An unusual memoir by Li Peng, the former Chinese Prime Mini ...  | Read..