The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Secrets bonanza in Libya
After decades of fuelling underground militancy around the globe and buying up banned weapons technology, a newly cooperative Libya could potentially provide the West with a bonanza of valuable intelligence. ...  | Read.. 
Crowe becomes a father
Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe and his wife are celebrating the birth of their first child, the actor’s publicist said today. ...  | Read.. 
Khodorkovsky in court in handcuffs
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Russia’s richest man and key shareholder in oil major Yukos, was brought to a Moscow court today to learn whether he was to remain in jail pending his t ...  | Read.. 
DVD Jon cleared of charges
An Oslo appeal court cleared a 20-year-old Norwegian man of DVD piracy charges today in a new setback for Hollywood studios which say unauthorised copying costs them billions ...  | Read.. 
Light of life: A woman lights candles in the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, at the place where, according to Christian tradition, Jesus Christ wa ...  | Read
Egypt minister beaten in Jerusalem
Radical worshippers assaulted Egyptian foreign minister Ahmed Maher in the al Aqsa mosque in Jerusa..  | Read.. 
Suave son Gaddafi’s messenger to the world
When Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi wants to send a message to the world, he often chooses his son a..  | Read.. 
Oil scent puts Putin in write-off mode
Russia offered to write off 65 per cent of Iraq’s $8-billio ...  | Read.. 

US to assist in Pervez attack probe
The US will be sending a team of investigators this week to ...  | Read.. 

Mel and Julia move up
Mel Gibson tops the list of America’s favourite movie stars ...  | Read.. 

Father of Pak bomb grilled on Iran links
Abdul Qadeer Khan, the father of Pakistan’s atom bomb, is b ...  | Read..