The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
White House veil off hijack memo
The White House has released under pressure a secret memo that reveals President George W. Bush was told a month before September 11, 2001, that al Qaida members were in the US and the FBI had detected suspicious activity “consistent with preparations for hijackings or other types of attacks”. ...  | Read.. 
Relatives plead for troops’ return
Relatives of three Japanese hostages captured in Iraq made anguished pleas for the release of their loved ones today and begged the government to bring Japan’s troops home to ...  | Read.. 
Truce holds, Apache falls in scarred Iraq
Civilians fled Falluja today after an informal truce halted a week of fighting between US forces and rebels in which hundreds of Iraqis died. ...  | Read.. 
HK protests test China patience
More than 10,000 people took to the streets of Hong Kong today to protest against Beijing’s ruling that it alone will determine the shape and timing of elections in the city. ...  | Read.. 
Italian Carabinieri outside the Vatican on Saturday. (AFP)
Pay for peeping
False alarm
Terror film
Echo of terror in Vatican
Amid some of the tightest security ever seen at the Vatican, Pope John Paul issued an Easter condem..  | Read.. 
Harkat hand in Sonu blast
Pakistan authorities suspect Islamic militant outfit Harkatul Mujahideen al Alami to be behind ..  | Read.. 
Tigers vow to tame Karuna
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers vowed today to reclaim territory h ...  | Read..