The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bali whiff in Jakarta blast
Police hunting for clues on who blew up a US-run luxury hotel in the Indonesian capital today said the explosives and methods resembled those used in last yearís deadly Bali nightclub blasts. ...  | Read.. 
Tobacco firms have hand in cigarette smuggling: WHO
The WHO said today there was compelling evidence tobacco firms played a compliant role in global cigarette smuggling and that governments must hold them accountable. ...  | Read.. 
Pak, Afghanistan vow to work for stability
Pakistan and Afghanistan today concluded the second joint ministerial commission meeting with mutual pledges to work for political and economic stability in both countrie ...  | Read.. 
Nepal removes rebel bounties
In a move that may affect future dialogue with the Maoists, the Nepal government informed the Supreme Court that it has withdrawn the reward offered for the capture or de ...  | Read.. 
Sharon Stone blows kisses to the crowd before a baseball game at the Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles. (AFP)
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Diva colours
Drunk drive
Kelly buried, but row continues
An expert on Iraqi weapons whose suicide has put British leader Tony Blair in the worst crisis of h..  | Read.. 
Gibson gets positive about Passion
Mel Gibson has hit back at critics who claim that The Passion, his self-financed £16 million ..  | Read.. 
Benazir party rejects Swiss ruling
A day after Swiss judge Daneal Devoud handed a six mon ...  | Read.. 

EU to fine Microsoft for trade abuse
US software giant Microsoft Corp faces a European Commissio ...  | Read.. 

US hasnít forgotten Osama
Amid optimism about finding Saddam Hussein, Americaís top g ...  | Read..