The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mosul police flee posts, doubts over poll security
Iraq is hoping to hold national elections in just over two months' time, but events in Mosul last week, where the police force all but collapsed, have underlined just how challenging that plan could prove. ...  | Read.. 
Prabhakaran judge shot dead
A gunman today shot dead a top Sri Lankan judge who won fame in 2002 for sentencing shadowy Tamil Tiger rebel leader Velupillai Prabhakaran to 200 years' jail in absentia. ...  | Read.. 
Divorced father in cuffs stunt
A disgruntled British father handcuffed himself to a government minister today in a bid to draw attention to a campaign for divorced fathers' rights. ...  | Read.. 
A US soldier holds a cigarette for a hooded detainee in Falluja. (Reuters)
Charles rebuked
The dispute between the Prince of Wales and the government over education intensified last nigh..  | Read.. 
Americans rule Europe MTV awards
It was billed as a 'celebration' of Europe's musical tastes but there was an overwhelming American ..  | Read..