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  • The all-you-can-eat Middle Eastern buffet in Hampden

     
    The owner of the place where I take my car told me about it. I got an e-mail from a reader. My husband overheard someone from Pakistan praising the food. All in the same week.So last night I stopped by......
  • Blair lashes out at 'evil ideology' at work in London bomb attacks

    LONDON - As the investigation into the London bombings fanned out to Pakistan, Egypt, Jamaica and the United States, Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed yesterday to confront the "evil ideology" of Islamic fanaticism that has inflicted despair on every...
  • Ex-detainee of Guantanamo reflects on London bombings

    LONDON - Moazamm Begg spent more than two years at the prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where some fellow detainees were British-born Muslim radicals or self-proclaimed al-Qaida operatives - the same sort police believe carried out last week's suicide...
  • 3 of 4 tied to blasts traveled to Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- Three of the four Britons identified as the London bombers visited Pakistan this year, two traveling together, Pakistani officials confirmed yesterday. Investigators are trying to find out whether their trips were connected with...
  • 4 bombings in London elevate fear

    LONDON - A second wave of bombings echoed through London's transit system yesterday, shutting down much of the city for hours and leaving commuters and residents jittery with fears that a sustained campaign of violence may be under way. One person was...
  • Britain seeking man in July 7 bombing probe

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Yesterday's explosions in London came as Pakistani intelligence officials said authorities are seeking the former aide to a radical cleric in Britain in connection with the July 7 bombings. The officials said British investigators...
  • Blair defends Iraq policy in face of London terror attacks

    LONDON - Prime Minister Tony Blair dismissed as "nonsense" yesterday the notion that his Iraq policy prompted London's terror bombings, as police confirmed the latest two suspects named in the attacks are legal East African immigrants, one of them a...
  • A presidency shaken finds 'higher calling'

    WASHINGTON - It looked as though George W. Bush would be a domestic president. He lacked seasoning in foreign affairs. The nation was at peace. Bush's plan: bring to the White House a recipe of reforms that he felt had made him a successful governor. "It...
  • Out of loss, a struggle for meaning

    The No. 7 elevated train clanks and squeals along the rooftops of Queens, scattering pigeons on the way past Shea Stadium, sliding by graffiti on brick and rusty steel. The riders, a polyglot mix, study textbooks, argue into cell phones, chat in Korean,...
  • A year of turmoil

    Sept. 11, 2001 8:48 a.m. American Airlines Flight 11 crashes into One World Trade Center, the north tower. 9:03 a.m. United Airlines Flight 175 crashes into Two World Trade Center, the south tower. 9:45 a.m. American Airlines Flight 77 crashes into the...
  • Emerging leader among terrorists

    He is a high school dropout but a graduate of Afghan terrorist camps and Jordanian prisons. He shares the religious fanaticism and sweeping goals of Osama bin Laden but has built a separate terror organization. He lost a leg to U.S. bombs in 2002 but...
  • Military investigation finds abuse of Quran

    WASHINGTON - A military investigation has found that American soldiers abused Muslim prisoners' Qurans at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, five times but found "no credible evidence" to back a claim that a Quran was flushed down a toilet, the prison's commander said...