The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Congress loads Bush’s Iraq-attack gun
The US Congress early today granted President George W. Bush the authorisation he sought to wage war if necessary to disarm Iraq, as the Senate followed the House of Representatives to support him with overwhelming votes. ...  | Read.. 
Benazir slams Pervez on counting
Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan's exiled former Prime Minister, accused the government of Gen. Pervez Musharraf today of rigging the vote count in this week’s general election ...  | Read.. 
Virginia man shot, sniper still at large
A man was killed in a Virginia gasoline station shooting today as police desperately hunted for an elusive sniper who has killed seven people and wounded two, spreading fear ...  | Read.. 
King appoints new Nepal PM
Ending days of speculation, King Gyanendra today swore in Lokendra Bahadur Chand as head of a nine-member Cabinet. ...  | Read.. 
An anti-war poster at a rally in Kuala Lumpur. (AFP)
Islamists upbeat after Pak poll ‘revolution’
A coalition of hardline Islamic parties, which tapped strong anti-US sentiment in Pakistan in its e..  | Read.. 
Last kiss, but meant for altar
American baseball legend Joe DiMaggio had planned to remarry his ex-wife Marilyn Monroe just before..  | Read..