The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
After killing Korean, militants warn PM
Islamist militants vowed today to assassinate Iraqís interim Prime Minister, just hours after they said they had beheaded a South Korean hostage in the violent run-up to a US handover to Iraqi rule. ...  | Read.. 
Sisters working for US firm shot
Two Iraqi sisters working for a big US firm were killed in a drive-by shooting yesterday near their home in the southern city of Basra, relatives said. ...  | Read.. 
BBC revamps journalism guidelines
The BBC revamped its journalism guidelines today in response to a bruising fight with the British establishment over its Iraq war coverage. ...  | Read.. 
Shaken expats leaving Riyadh
Westerners in Saudi Arabia, shaken by a spate of militant attacks, are sending their families home, moving to neighbouring countries and thinking of leaving the kingdom for g ...  | Read.. 
Wonder web: Kirsten Dunst at the premiere of Spider-Man 2 in Los Angeles. (Reuters)
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Taste the aroma without caffeine concern
Help could soon be on the way for coffee lovers who crave the rich aroma and taste but canít handle..  | Read.. 
Iran holds out hope for release of UK men
Eight British servicemen seized in Iran after their boats strayed into the Islamic Republicís water..  | Read.. 
UN panel pushes US on backfoot
The US abandoned its effort today to seek a UN exemption fo ...  | Read.. 

Teen existed on jam sandwiches for decade
A teenager who has existed on a diet of jam sandwiches for ...  | Read.. 

New Yorkers brave rain, night for My Life
Bill Clinton kicked off a month-long book tour with a book- ...  | Read.. 

US teenage icon being treated for anorexia
Teen actress Mary-Kate Olsen, who with her twin sister Ashl ...  | Read.. 

Pak hawk not to join panel meet
The leader of Pakistanís Opposition said today he would not ...  | Read..