The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Short of support, but US firm on vote
The US today called for a UN vote authorising war against Iraq by the end of this week and scrambled with its allies to write a text that could command a Security Council majority. ...  | Read.. 
Waiting for India to step in
“Eventually India has to get involved,” insisted a highly-respected doctor in Jaffna as he tried to fit together the unwieldy pieces on a road-map to peace in Sri Lanka. ...  | Read.. 
Broadway emerges from four days in dark
The lights of Broadway will shine bright again tonight after four days in the dark. ...  | Read.. 
Cover-up sign in Pak video show
A grainy video purporting to show the arrest of two al Qaida leaders has done little to deflect accusations that Pakistan may have staged this month’s raid to give it leeway ...  | Read.. 
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Police in rock hall of fame
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honoured the second British invasion last night, inducting the Clash..  | Read.. 
Victoria settles slander suit
Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has apologised and agreed to pay £55,000 in damages to two shop-owners ..  | Read.. 
Libya deal on Lockerbie
Libya reached an agreement with the US and Britain today to ...  | Read.. 

Maoists spur peace hopes with talks
Leaders of Nepal’s Maoist rebels emerged in public for the ...  | Read..