The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Al Qaida ‘cars of death’ run over markets
Al Qaida struck fear into the world’s biggest financial markets today after a purported statement from the militant group vowed more suicide bombings against the US and its European and Asian allies. ...  | Read.. 
Tikrit shakes in US assault
US troops unleashed tank and mortar fire at suspected guerrilla hideouts in Saddam Hussein’s hometown overnight, after the broadcast of an audio tape purportedly from the fug ...  | Read.. 
Turkey films bomber
A suicide bomber was caught on film an instant before devastating synagogue blasts in Istanbul, Turkish authorities said today and the owner of a vehicle used in the attacks ...  | Read.. 
Ranil govt rejects unity plan
Sri Lanka’s government rejected a call for a national unity coalition today, but said it hoped to hold talks with the President this week to resolve a political crisis and al ...  | Read.. 
Orangutans prepare for a kickboxing match at a theme park in Bangkok. The park calls the event “the world’s first and only orangutan boxing show”. (Re ...  | Read
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Panda pair
Body blow
Police turn London into a fortress
Armed police turned the British capital into “Fortress London” today amid heightened fears of a gue..  | Read.. 
America can wage war again, alone: Bush
The US would wage war again, and alone if necessary, to ensure the long-term safety of the world, P..  | Read.. 
US sniper found guilty
John Muhammad was found guilty of murder, conspiracy and a ...  | Read.. 

President Muslim card irks Tigers
The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) are determined ...  | Read.. 

Payments row snares press baron
Press baron Conrad Black is stepping down as chief executiv ...  | Read.. 

Iraq war decision was wrenching, says Laura
US First Lady Laura Bush defended her husband for the “wren ...  | Read..