Anthrax 'may be linked to Osama'
US Vice President Dick Cheney says he cannot rule out a connection between anthrax cases in the US and Osama Bin Laden's terror network.
Hijackers 'ignorant of suicide mission'
About a dozen of the hijackers involved in the September 11 attacks on the
World Trade Centre may not have known that they were about to embark on a
Schoolboy's prediction of WTC fall no urban myth
How did a Brooklyn student know about the attacks on the World Trade Center
before they happened? A baffling case of clairvoyance? A coincidence? No one knows.
Taleban chief's car 'hit by bomb'
The Pentagon last night appeared to confirm a report that a car belonging to Mullah Mohammed Omar, the leader of the Taleban, had been hit by an American bomb, possibly killing the occupants.
The Islamic world believes Israel did it
Deeply distrusting anything coming from Washington, many are buying into a
theory based not on facts or evidence but the assumption that the West and
Israel are capable of anything.
Photos of destruction could be misleading
Carefully chosen images reveal few details about the effectiveness of the
airstrikes, analysts warn.
'After a while, it's too much'
Just as one fear appears to be easing, another grips the nation. With
jittery Americans slowly resuming commercial jet travel after last month's
terrorist air attacks, now it is the postman that worries them.
NY mayor refuses Saudi prince donation
Rudolph Giuliani refused to accept a $10 million cheque from a nephew of
Saudi Arabia's King Fahd for a WTC relief fund after the prince urged the US government to 'adopt a more balanced stance toward the Palestinian cause'.
Prince Charles hosts Osama's brother
The Prince of Wales has entertained a brother of Osama bin Laden - since the terrorist attacks on America - in his efforts to promote a greater understanding of Islam.
Defence experts map Saddam ouster
A group of Pentagon officials and defence experts outside the US government is trying to mobilise support for a military operation to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussein as the next phase of the war.
Miles up in space, watching tragedy unfold
They were in orbit, 240 miles up in space. But for the crew of the Space
station, emotion knew no distance.
Drilling in Alaska a matter of national security
President Bush urged the Senate today to pass an energy bill that would
allow drilling for oil in an Alaskan wildlife refuge, casting the issue as a matter of national security.
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