The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Afghan polls in turmoil after boycott
Afghanistan's historic presidential election closed today without any of the feared large-scale violence but the vote was thrown into turmoil instead by a boycott called by most of the candidates. ...  | Read.. 
Nicole kiss ends revolt
With a kiss planted on Nicole Kidman's cheek, Karl Lagerfeld triggered an explosion of flashlights ' and the photographers' revolt was over. ...  | Read.. 
Fourth term for Howard
Australian Prime Minister John Howard claimed a resounding victory today over main Opposition Labour after voters returned the conservative government for a fourth straight t ...  | Read.. 
Sadr militia to disarm
A Shia militia led by Moqtada al-Sadr agreed today to disarm under a deal that could pacify a Baghdad flashpoint and remove one obstacle to Iraq's plan to hold nationwide ele ...  | Read.. 
Moqadasa Sidiqi, 19, at a refugee camp near Islamabad after becoming the first person to vote in the Afghan polls. (AFP)
Top Pak cleric shot dead
A leading pro-Taliban Sunni cleric and an associate were shot dead in the southern Pakistani city ..  | Read.. 
Philosopher Derrida dies in Paris
French philosopher Jacques Derrida, the founder of the school of deconstructionism, has died of can..  | Read.. 
Sharper Bush in testy debate
President George W. Bush and Democratic challenger John Ker ...  | Read..