The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Masood still to be released, says family
The family of a man wanted in India on charges of terrorism said today that Pakistani authorities had not yet obeyed a court order issued last week which freed him from house arrest. ...  | Read.. 
Ono in song credits fight
Yoko Ono has threatened legal action to stop Sir Paul McCartney reversing the traditional Lennon-McCartney songwriting credit for Beatles songs on his new live album. ...  | Read.. 
Bush gives go ahead to missile defence system
US President George W. Bush has ordered the US military to begin deploying a national missile defence system with 10 interceptor rockets at a base in Alaska by 2004, administ ...  | Read.. 
Iran foreign TV channel ban eased
Iran’s reformist-dominated parliament passed a draft Bill today to ease a ban on foreign television stations beamed into the country via satellite dishes. ...  | Read.. 
Salma Hayek and Ed Norton at the world premiere of 25th Hour in New York on Monday. (Reuters)
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Dying teens win right to use experimental drug
Two British teenagers dying from the human form of mad cow disease won a landmark court battle toda..  | Read.. 
Choco Beckham melts Japanese
He’s already melted the hearts of his Japanese fans...  | Read.. 
Woman wins case over scarf
A French court ordered a Paris company today to reinstate a ...  | Read.. 

New US rules for Pakistan men
The US has declared Pakistan and Saudi Arabia as “high risk ...  | Read.. 

Desert heat will not deter US in Iraq
A British defence source said today that searing desert hea ...  | Read..