The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush trumpets America’s world role
President George W. Bush, buffeted by slumping approval ratings over Iraq, visited the campaign battleground of West Virginia yesterday to deliver an Independence Day message brimming with confidence and optimism about the US role on the world stage. ...  | Read.. 
Ex-general leads Jakarta democracy race
Retired general Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono took the lead today in Indonesia’s first direct presidential election that strengthened democracy in the world’s most populous Muslim ...  | Read.. 
Russia oil giant in $1-billion default
Russian oil giant Yukos, its main owner on trial and facing a huge tax bill that could break it, said today that a group of creditor banks had declared it in default on a $1- ...  | Read.. 
Winnie wins jail respite
South African anti-apartheid icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela avoided going to jail today when a court reduced her prison sentence for fraud to a suspended sentence, but she vo ...  | Read.. 
An Iranian riot policeman looks disapprovingly at a woman whose scarf does not fully cover her hair as he monitors traffic on a Tehran intersection o ...  | Read
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Presenter pardons husband
A Saudi man jailed for savagely beating his television presenter wife has been released after she p..  | Read.. 
Saddam legal convoy
Saddam Hussein’s Jordan-based defence team said today a convoy of buses is being arranged to transp..  | Read.. 
China ‘tutors’ Sars doctor
The doctor who exposed China’s Sars cover-up last year is i ...  | Read.. 

Threat to US mission in Pak
A security alert forced the US embassy in Pakistan to post ...  | Read..