The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
After France, Russia melts on sanctions
Russia today backed temporary suspension of 13-year-old sanctions against Iraq to ease the plight of its citizens, but said they could only be scrapped on the basis of existing UN resolutions. ...  | Read.. 
Bush to ‘overnight’ in France
The White House today quashed rumours that US President George W. Bush would not stay overnight in France during his trip to the G8 economic summit in Evian later this spring ...  | Read.. 
China gets tough, Canada bristles
China sealed off a major Beijing hospital today to quarantine SARS-affected areas, and angry Canadian officials rejected the World Health Organisation’s warning to travellers ...  | Read.. 
Madonna outside a recording company in New York after her new album, American Life, hit the stores. (Reuters)
Jail cloud on Winnie
A South African court today convicted Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and her broker on dozens of counts ..  | Read.. 
Unofficial House revival plan in Nepal
When nothing seems to be going right, when parliament stands dissolved and elected politicians stan..  | Read..