The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nigeria rebels in oil threat
Nigerian rebels fighting for sovereignty of the oil-producing Niger delta told oil companies in the world's seventh largest exporter to shut production before they begin an 'all-out war' on October 1. ...  | Read.. 
Bomb blast during Nepal strike
A bomb blast in Kathmandu caused slight damage to a bank today during a strike called by Maoist rebels that shut down much of Nepal as soldiers killed 12 guerrillas in gunbat ...  | Read.. 
Blair's partial apology for war
Tony Blair offered his Labour party today a partial apology for waging war in Iraq, striving to pull angry supporters behind him ahead of an election next year. ...  | Read.. 
Thai human flu case
Thailand said today it had found its first known probable case of a human being infecting another with bird flu, but insisted it was an isolated incident that posed little ri ...  | Read.. 
A girl in a pro-Bush T-shirt at a campaign rally in West Chester, Ohio. (Reuters)
Reality ruckus
Tennis tale
NYPD twist to comic Bandidas
Steve Zahn is loading up his six-shooter to join Salma Hayek and Penelope Cruz in the comic western..  | Read.. 
Dolly scientist seeks licence
The British scientist who created Dolly the sheep has applied for a licence to clone human embr..  | Read.. 
Joy in Italy as hostages freed
Two Italian women aid workers and their two Iraqi colleague ...  | Read.. 

Crawford U-turn
The newspaper in President George W. Bush's adopted hometow ...  | Read..