The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Trade zone dreams fire rival ambitions
Giants China, Japan and India showed up at a Southeast Asian summit that ended today, vying for influence in a region that could one day combine vast manufacturing power and natural resources in the world’s biggest free trade zone. ...  | Read.. 
Sharon fails in govt bid, Israel heads for Feb. polls
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced today an early election for February after failing to form a new Right-wing coalition government. ...  | Read.. 
Clamour for Pooh’s honeypot
A woman whose grandfather gave the world Winnie the Pooh is seeking to claw back US commercial control of the honey-loving bear who has enchanted children across the globe fo ...  | Read.. 
Turnout twist in US polls
US voters went to the polls today to decide who will control Congress, with President George W. Bush’s Republicans pushing to retake the Senate and expand their majority in t ...  | Read.. 
Danny DeVito and Mena Suvari, members of an ensemble cast from the production of The World of Nick Adams based on the short stories of Ernest ...  | Read
Stones tested
Over the hill
Fiery row
Benazir agrees to back cleric as PM
Overcoming her reservations, former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto okayed top Islamic cleri..  | Read.. 
Queen anthems reincarnated in classical symphony
A selection of some of the most memorable anthems of rock supergroup Queen and its iconic singer Fr..  | Read.. 
China boots banker, silences critic
China’s Communist Party put the finishing touches to a gene ...  | Read..