The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Gunmen kidnap 2 Americans, Briton in Iraq
Gunmen kidnapped two Americans and a Briton from a house in an affluent central Baghdad neighbourhood today, the latest in a nearly six-month campaign of abductions of foreigners in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Troops in Malaysia flu war
Malaysia is sending more troops to its border with Thailand to check smuggling of chickens into northern Kelantan state, under quarantine for a bird flu virus that can kill h ...  | Read.. 
Karzai escapes bid on life
Afghan President Hamid Karzai escaped an assassination bid today when a rocket was fired at his US military helicopter as it was landing in the southeastern town of Gardez. ...  | Read.. 
Pak parties slam Pervez
Pakistani Opposition parties today reacted sharply to the announcement by President Pervez Musharraf that he did not intend to resign as army chief by the end of this yea ...  | Read.. 
Rickshaw-pullers struggle through a flooded street in Dhaka. (AP)
Nepal firms reopen after a month
Nepal's top firms reopened for business today, some for the first time in more than a month, after ..  | Read.. 
Ivan's fierce assault
Hurricane Ivan slammed the US gulf coast today with furious winds and flooding, ripping roofs off h..  | Read.. 
Annan says war illegal, doubts polls
UN secretary-general Kofi Annan questioned yesterday whethe ...  | Read.. 

Bush urges Putin to uphold democracy
President George W. Bush yesterday urged Russian Prime Mini ...  | Read.. 

Jiang future on agenda as meet opens
China's Communist Party opened a four-day, closed-door meet ...  | Read.. 

Stung UK orders probe
Britain launched an inquiry today into the first storming o ...  | Read..