The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak spills fallen hero’s chequebook secrets
Abdul Qadeer Khan spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy loyalty — writing cheques for anything from seminars to friends’ weddings — in a patronage scheme that allowed him to elude suspicion as head of the world’s most successful nuclear black market, senior scientists and Pakistan governmen ...  | Read.. 
Shias set price for slow polls
Shias on Iraq’s governing council are ready to back off from their demands for elections before a planned US transfer of sovereignty — but at a price. ...  | Read.. 
Scribe denies Kerry affair
A woman who has been the subject of rumours linking her to Senator John Kerry today denied that she ever had an affair with the Democratic presidential candidate. ...  | Read.. 
Ranil slams Chandrika poll move
Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga’s dissolution of parliament and call for snap elections were undemocratic and a threat to the ceasefire with Tamil Tiger rebels, th ...  | Read.. 
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Samba bands take aim at Lula
It’s almost Carnival time in Rio de Janeiro and samba bands already parading in the streets are tak..  | Read.. 
Leopard was fed tainted meat
rare Thai leopard, believed to be the first exotic animal to die from a bird flu virus which has killed 20 people ...  | Read.. 
Ebadi backs reformists, not to vote
Nobel peace prize winner Shirin Ebadi said today she would ...  | Read.. 

Joke on Harrods, last laugh for Journal
Luxury British department store Harrods was left with legal ...  | Read.. 

New flu case in Japan
Japan confirmed a new outbreak of bird flu today, thwarting ...  | Read..