The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Muslims fear backlash after hate mail deluge
Muslim leaders called on worshippers to pray today for the victims of the London bombings blamed on radical Islamists, as fears of an anti-Muslim backlash were fuelled by a deluge of abusive messages. ...  | Read.. 
Hunt for clue to join the dots
Police are counting on forensic teams to provide the breakthrough that will enable them to find the terrorist cell responsible for the bombings. ...  | Read.. 
Rescuers witness carnage in tunnel
Emergency services were still working today to free bodies from the wreckage of the Piccadilly Line train in a tunnel 30 metres below the surface. ...  | Read.. 
Vow to end farm subsidy
G8 leaders pledged today to end farm export aid and renewed their political backing for a further phase of trade liberalisation under the so-called Doha Round of negotiations ...  | Read.. 
Long wait: ...  | Read
Explosions follow Giuliani
Cycle creak
Secret link
Arabic papers urge restraint
Arab newspapers urged Britain today not to turn against Arabs and Muslims after bloody bomb attacks..  | Read.. 
G8 aid for Africa in terror shadow
World leaders agreed today to more than double aid for Africa to $50 billion, presenting the deal a..  | Read.. 
Search for friend
A woman is desperately searching for her boyfriend, who ...  | Read..