The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pariah Libya comes out of the cold
A pariah for decades, Libya asked today to come in from the cold after a surprise announcement that it was abandoning illicit weapons programmes. ...  | Read.. 
Bit of a surprise for Libyans
Most Libyans only found out their country had weapons of mass destruction programmes when the government said it was scrapping them, with announcements in the tightly control ...  | Read.. 
‘Iraq war had nothing to do with decision’
The son of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi said today Libya’s decision to abandon banned weapons programmes should improve relations with the US and other major powers. ...  | Read.. 
Survival prompts Tripoli shift
Libya’s stunning decision yesterday to surrender its weapons of mass destruction followed two decades of international isolation and some of the world’s most punishing ec ...  | Read.. 
A chimpanzee unwraps a present as part of a Christmas celebration at a safari park in West Palm Beach, Florida. (AFP)
Aznar does a Bush to boost morale in Iraq
Spain’s Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar surprised Spanish t ...  | Read.. 
This Christmas, beware of ‘intexicated’ messages
Text messages sent drunkenly to former lovers and attractive bosses have replaced kisses with colle..  | Read.. 
Jackson the lover gets ready to party
Michael Jackson is a lover, not a fighter, so as his attorn ...  | Read.. 

Italian food giant in Enron-type bankruptcy
Parmalat revealed a four-billion-euro ($4.9 billion) hole ...  | Read..