The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
No deal with terrorists, says Putin
President Vladimir Putin focused on the threat to Russia from Chechen rebels today, vowing no deal with “terrorists”, while his officials dodged questions about a lethal mystery gas used to end the Moscow theatre siege. ...  | Read.. 
Volte face by Pak hawks
Abandoning its hardline stance, the alliance of six religious parties said it is willing to accept Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf’s presidency and promised to be flexibl ...  | Read.. 
32 Maoists killed in bid to storm airport
Security forces in Nepal killed at least 32 Maoist rebels when they tried to storm a rural airport, an army official said today. ...  | Read.. 
Sharon rift with partner fuels early poll fears
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon faced a deepening rift with his main coalition partner over funding for Jewish settlements today, raising the prospect he will be forced t ...  | Read.. 
A mourner weeps outside the Moscow theatre on Monday. (AFP)
Tanked in gale
Party march
Japan jinx
9/11 horror scares away ghouls & ghosts at Halloween
Forget the ghouls, ghosts and things that go bump in the night...  | Read.. 
US envoy gunned down in Amman
A senior US diplomat was gunned down with three bullets to the chest outside his Amman home today i..  | Read.. 
Left makes Brazil debut
Former metalworker Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva clinched Brazi ...  | Read.. 

Police snatch Bashir from hospital
Indonesian police removed a radical Muslim cleric suspected ...  | Read.. 

A brave new but ruthless world
Fourteen months ago, the idea that a country would use a se ...  | Read..