The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Suicide blast kills council head, blow to US
A suicide car bomber killed the head of Iraq’s governing council today, a major new blow to US-led occupiers battling a Shia insurgency and a growing prisoner abuse scandal as they prepare to hand over sovereignty. ...  | Read.. 
Iraq handover on track: Rice
US national security adviser Condoleezza Rice said today the killing of the head of Iraq’s governing council must not stop the transition of power to the Iraqis in six weeks ...  | Read.. 
Police foil gold heist at Heathrow
Armed police arrested seven men today after foiling an attempted gold heist at Heathrow airport that would have been one of Britain’s biggest-ever robberies. ...  | Read.. 
Radical to resist Pervez bid to amend Islamic laws
The leader of a hardline Islamic alliance in Pakistan vowed today to resist any attempt by President Pervez Musharraf to amend Islamic laws that rights groups say discriminat ...  | Read.. 
American superstar Sylvester Stallone (right) with veteran boxer Sugar Ray Leonard (left) and producer Mark Burnett during a casting call for the uns ...  | Read
Slumber scare
Name game
Sleep pack
Rome’s Circus Maximus rocks to concert for future
A star-studded cast assembled by “We Are the World” producer Quincy Jones rocked Rome’s ancient cha..  | Read.. 
First American gay couple marries in Massachusetts
The first gay and lesbian couples were legally married today and hundreds more waited for their tur..  | Read.. 
US jobs moving faster overseas, reveals study
The movement overseas of US white-collar jobs over the next ...  | Read.. 

Nepal sherpa sets Everest record
A Nepali sherpa set a record for the number of climbs of Mo ...  | Read.. 

Panicky Palestinians flee homes
Panicked Palestinians fled their homes today as Israeli for ...  | Read..