The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Parents defy sniper’s threat to children
Anxious parents sent their children to school throughout the Washington area today despite a threat — “Your children are not safe anywhere at any time” — from the gunman who has killed nine people and reportedly demanded $10 million. ...  | Read.. 
Jiang hopes for better relations with US
Chinese President Jiang Zemin expressed hope for improving relations with the United States yesterday as he arrived for a meeting with President George W. Bush — a session li ...  | Read.. 
Beardless nominee causes rift in Pak coalition
A rift emerged today in Pakistan’s hardline Islamic party alliance over the nomination of a beardless politician to the post of chief minister in a key provincial legislature ...  | Read.. 
Arundhati plays Gandhi card
Arundhati Roy urged anti-war campaigners today to use civil disobedience to oppose military action against Iraq, just as Mahatma Gandhi used it to fight for India’s independe ...  | Read.. 
Actor-director Woody Allen (right), wife Soon Yi (left) and their daughters at the northern Spanish city of Oviedo. Allen will be awarded the 2002 Art ...  | Read
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Pak radical softens anti-US stand
One of Pakistan’s main Islamist political leaders said today he was willing to give the United Stat..  | Read.. 
Salma brings painter to life
For nearly 20 years, almost everyone in Hollywood was afraid of Frida. Until now...  | Read.. 
Scientists raise new cellphone health fears
Italian scientists have raised new health concerns about th ...  | Read.. 

Killer’s note similar to Lecter’s in Hannibal
Sir Anthony Hopkins cancelled promotional events in Austral ...  | Read.. 

Net core servers survive attack
The core servers that direct e-mail and web surfers to thei ...  | Read.. 

US looking for war, says Iraq
Iraq accused the United States today of wanting war — with ...  | Read..