The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Suicide attack shatters Iraq’s calm corner
Iraqi traffic policeman Ahmed Nasser was standing nearby as a fuel tanker drove towards an Italian police base in Nassiriya. Seconds later, a huge explosion destroyed the calm the town has enjoyed since the war. ...  | Read.. 
Arafat swears in Palestine cabinet
President Yasser Arafat swore in a long-awaited Palestinian cabinet today in a step toward a resumption of US-backed peace talks with Israel and Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie vo ...  | Read.. 
Britain breaks ranks with US over Iran
Britain, Washington’s staunchest ally in the war in Iraq, admitted today to differences with its partner over how to tackle the nuclear ambitions of Iran. ...  | Read.. 
Senate for Syria action
The US Senate yesterday voted overwhelmingly to impose sanctions on Syria unless the White House says it has stopped sponsoring terrorism and halted programmes for weapons of ...  | Read.. 
An Italian military policeman walks away from the bomb blast in Nassiriya. (Reuters)
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Lanka rivals break to meet again
The talks between Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremes..  | Read.. 
Zeta-Jones threatens suit on diet claims
Catherine Zeta-Jones was the envy of many new mothers when she shed four stone with amazing speed af..  | Read.. 
Hype fails to boost Lynch book sales
Despite a media blitz, the biography of America’s best-know ...  | Read.. 

Microsoft in European showdown
Software giant Microsoft faced off with European regulators ...  | Read..