The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush fires first salvo at Kerry
US President George W. Bush jump-started the 2004 campaign yesterday with his first direct attack on rival John Kerry by name, challenging his record on national security and the economy just 24 hours after congratulating him on locking up the Democratic nomination. ...  | Read.. 
China frees rebel for US treatment
A leading Chinese dissident has been released and allowed to seek medical attention in the US after months of quiet diplomacy by American officials, a rights group said today ...  | Read.. 
US prevented bigger carnage
The US had intelligence warnings of the attacks that killed more than 140 people in Iraq, and probably prevented even greater carnage with special operations raids the night ...  | Read.. 
Straw praise for Pervez
British foreign secretary Jack Straw heaped praise on Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf today for his determination in the “war on terror” and for reopening peace talks wi ...  | Read.. 
President George W. Bush
Osama, lover of volleyball and hater of ice
A Canadian documentary about a family closely linked to Osama bin Laden portrays the al Qaida chief..  | Read.. 
Nigeria adds fuel to Pak nuke fire
Islamabad to day rejected a Nigerian defence ministry claim that a top Pakistani general had offere..  | Read.. 
Fat and fizz off McDonald’s
McDonald’s Corp, battered by criticism of its fatty foods, ...  | Read.. 
Govt gains grip on Haiti, rebels to leave capital
The government and foreign military forces gained a tentati ...  | Read.. 

Tigers admit crisis in ranks
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers admitted today there was a crisis ...  | Read.. 

Norah Home stays at the top
Jazz chanteuse Norah Jones may be soft-spoken but her album ...  | Read..