The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Israel invitation to Syria falls on deaf ears
Israel’s President today invited Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to visit Jerusalem for negotiations with Israeli leaders, but Damascus rejected the offer as “not serious”. ...  | Read.. 
China’s third Sars case confirmed
China confirmed a possible third Sars case today, a 35-year-old man isolated in hospital after showing symptoms of the respiratory disease, and the World Health Organisation ...  | Read.. 
Saudi channel to boost image
Saudi Arabia has launched an all-news satellite television channel to present a new image of the Gulf Arab state, portrayed in the West as a haven for Muslim militants, the s ...  | Read.. 
Tigers not happy with Lanka feud
A feud between Sri Lanka’s President and Prime Minister was testing the patience of Tamil Tiger rebels in their bid to end 20 years of war but they would not break the island ...  | Read.. 
Actor Jim Carrey (left) jokes with the filmmakers of Bruce Almighty as they accept the award for favourite comedy motion picture during the 30th annual People’s Choice Awards Show in Pasadena, California. (Reuters)
Fake Pepsi turns real
An Iraqi company which has been selling fake Pepsi cola for the past 14 years will start manufactur..  | Read.. 
Reformist protest widens, Khamenei not to intervene
Angry Iranian reformists accused hardline foes today of threatening the country’s future and more M..  | Read.. 
Jesus chose me to stab Lindh: Killer
The man who has confessed to killing Swedish foreign minist ...  | Read.. 

Pak to beef up security along Afghan border
Pakistan’s Prime Minister vowed today to beef up security a ...  | Read.. 

Delays to hit Net bookings
Maddening airport check-in delays triggered by security con ...  | Read.. 

Deodorant link to cancer
Chemicals found in underarm deodorants have been detected i ...  | Read.. 

KLM terms on guards
Dutch carrier KLM, Europe’s fourth-largest airline, said to ...  | Read..