The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Terror strike and strikeback
A powerful car bomb exploded outside the Australian embassy in Jakarta today, killing at least nine people and wounding 173 in an attack Indonesian police blamed on Islamic militants linked to al Qaida. ...  | Read.. 
Rebel prize on Putin head
Chechen rebels, in a swift reply to a Russian bounty offer for their leaders, promised today to give $20 million to anyone helping them to capture President Vladimir Putin. ...  | Read.. 
US mounts Iraq raids
US-led forces launched operations in three Iraqi rebel strongholds today, killing nearly two dozen insurgents in a town near the Syrian border and bombing targets in Falluja ...  | Read.. 
Attacks bear traces of Qaida influence
Indonesian police chief General Da'i Bachtiar was reporting to a parliamentary commission in Jakarta today on the threat posed by wanted Jemaah Islamiah bomber Azahari Husin. ...  | Read.. 
The Australian flag flies in front of a building badly damaged in the Jakarta bomb blast. (Reuters)
Drivers dare to date
Spicy spray shocks rabbits
Forget his errors, Bush gets dictionary nod
George W. Bush is mocked for strangling grammar. But he can hold his head up high in the new Oxf..  | Read.. 
Russia warns West not to meddle in Chechnya
Foreign minister Sergei Lavrov warned the West not to meddle with Russia's Chechnya policy today in..  | Read.. 
Howard defiant in face of tragedy
Australia will not be intimidated by a powerful car bomb th ...  | Read.. 

70 dead in bloodiest raid on Pak tribals
More than 70 people were killed in the bloodiest-ever missi ...  | Read..