The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US troops, militia fight pitched battles
Iraqi political and religious leaders trying to end a radical Shia uprising flew into Najaf today, where US troops and militia fought pitched battles near the country’s holiest Islamic sites. ...  | Read.. 
Terror charges
Britain charged eight men today with conspiracy to murder and other terrorism charges, some of them relating to plans of US buildings that could have been used to organise at ...  | Read.. 
Death for stealing China relics
The head of a relics protection department at a former Chinese imperial palace has been sentenced to death for stealing the artefacts he was meant to protect, the Xinhua news ...  | Read.. 
Militant’s father pleads for fair trial
The father of a computer engineer detained in Pakistan last month for suspected links with al Qaida filed a petition today calling for his son to be produced in court and urg ...  | Read.. 
Sumatran tigers are taken for a walk by their keepers at a Safari Park in Cisarua, West Java, during a carnival marking Indonesia’s 59th Independence Day. (Reuters)
German girl
Jam jinx
Perky pigs
Prescott the saviour
An injured kayaker spoke of his astonishment yesterday on discovering that the man who had resc..  | Read.. 
Unfaithful Diane Lane ties the knot
Actress Diane Lane, best known for her Oscar-nominated role as a cheating wife in the 2002 film ..  | Read.. 
Bush to bring troops home
President George W. Bush yesterday announced plans to bring ...  | Read.. 

‘Everyone is terrified’
When Saddam Hussein ruled Najaf with an iron fist, Samir Gh ...  | Read.. 

German loss
Germany said today US plans to pull out 30,000 troops were ...  | Read..