The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Murder sets a bomb ticking
Israel’s assassination of Palestinian Islamic militant leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin is likely to escalate violence and could end up drawing a wave of new recruits to the Islamic militant movement. ...  | Read.. 
Pak tunnel escape theory crops up
Top al Qaida terrorists may have escaped a siege involving thousands of Pakistani soldiers through several secret tunnels leading from mud fortresses to a dry mountain stream ...  | Read.. 
White House fights back
The White House today said former US anti-terrorism czar Richard Clarke had “no idea” what he was talking about when he accused the Bush administration of focusing on Iraq af ...  | Read.. 
Karzai in bid to calm Herat
Afghan President Hamid Karzai sent troops from the new national army to keep order in the western city of Herat today after more than 100 people died in factional fighting fo ...  | Read.. 
A man holds a dagger and a Quran during a rally at a refugee camp south of Damascus, Syria. (AFP)
Economy before religion for Malaysia
Glad Mahathir Mohamad finally quit, Malaysia’s Muslim majority gave his successor a stunning electi..  | Read.. 
Explosive cocktail of anger and dissent
Israel’s assassination of Hamas leader Ahmed Yassin today was greeted with Palestinian vows of reve..  | Read.. 
Nepal forces search for bodies after bloody battle
Nepali forces dug up bodies of Maoist rebels and searched f ...  | Read.. 

More arrests in Spain
Spanish investigators began grilling five suspects in the M ...  | Read.. 

Spam-free domain name takes shape
Nine new Internet domain names, including “.xxx” for adult ...  | Read..