The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Under fire, CIA boss resigns
CIA director George Tenet, who presided over spectacular lapses in US national security, including the September 11, 2001, attacks on America, has resigned and will leave in July, President George W. Bush announced today. ...  | Read.. 
Top Shia cleric nod to new Iraq team
Iraq’s new government won a precious vote of confidence today from the country’s top Shia cleric, who urged it to erase the marks of occupation and secure full sovereign powe ...  | Read.. 
Pak consensus to curb clashes
Scrambling to contain a surge in militant violence, Pakistan’s ruling party today invited the Opposition to share power in a key southern province wracked by bloody attacks i ...  | Read.. 
Hamza refused bail
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri, who faces charges in the US of supporting al Qaida, appeared in a London court today to face an American extradition request. ...  | Read.. 
Alicia Keys performs during a concert in Paris. (AFP)
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Bush quotes Ike minus crusade
President George W. Bush yesterday quoted the famous D-Day words of General Dwight Eisenhower — all..  | Read.. 
Sausages help hound beat race horse
It may have settled a few old scores in the racing world, but to the impartial observer it was ..  | Read.. 
Deuba woos parties after swearing in
Nepal’s new Prime Minister was sworn in today and began woo ...  | Read.. 

Computer glitch hits UK air traffic
A computer failure that briefly grounded all aircraft in Br ...  | Read..