The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Barrel of blame in Najaf blast turns to US
A sea of mourners filled northern Baghdad today to bid farewell to a top Shia cleric, slain in a bomb attack his brother blamed partly on US forces for failing to bring security to Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Fresh life for US gripes against French
What’s an American in Paris to do when he finds himself agreeing with the anti-French rhetoric of some compatriots back home' ...  | Read.. 
Tories want Blair to go Campbell way
Britain’s opposition Conservatives launched a bitter attack on Prime Minister Tony Blair today, insisting that the departure of his media chief would not end his government’s ...  | Read.. 
Hope for heart patients
All coronary disease patients should be considered for treatment with an ACE inhibitor, a blood pressure medicine that would stop hundreds of thousands of deaths from the con ...  | Read.. 
Director James Ivory with actors Kate Hudson (left) and Naomi Watts on Sunday to present their film Le Divorce, being shown out of competition ...  | Read
Stella weds in secret
Mummy mess
Britons believe foul play behind
Over a quarter of Britons believe Princess Diana was murdered, an opinion poll published today, the..  | Read.. 
‘No retakes in politics,’ Stallone
Arnold Schwarzenegger may be dead set on running for California state governor, but fellow action h..  | Read.. 
Al Qaida book
An al Qaida operative now in US custody has made startling ...  | Read.. 

4 Pak army officers face terror probe
A senior Pakistan army officer today confirmed media re ...  | Read..