The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq curbs start before polls
Iraq clamped tough security measures across the country today, sealing land borders and curbing travel to foil insurgents bent on wrecking Sunday's election, but a car bomb killed four people in Baghdad. ...  | Read.. 
Timer ticking on Pervez two posts: Aziz
Pakistan's Prime Minister today said the 'timer is ticking' on President Pervez Musharraf's dual reign as army chief and head of state, saying the military leader would take ...  | Read.. 
70 Nobel laureates back Annan
Seventy Nobel laureates today praised UN secretary-general Kofi Annan, facing questions about his role in the tainted Iraq oil-for-food programme, for advancing world peace. ...  | Read.. 
Beethoven rare piece set for debut
The adagio of a previously unknown piano concerto by Beethoven, discovered at the British Museum, will get its world premiere on February 1 in Rotterdam, one of the organiser ...  | Read.. 
Actor Diane Lane with her actor husband Josh Brolin at the premiere of The Wedding Date in Los Angeles. (AP)
Cheney's parka stands out at grim Auschwitz
At yesterday's gathering of world leaders in southern Poland to mark the 60th anniversary of th..  | Read.. 
Rural US convulsed by 'meth' addiction
Imagine that, with $100 worth of supplies bought from neighbourhood stores, dealers could easily co..  | Read.. 
Hamas sweeps Gaza polls, blow to Abbas
Hamas swept seven out of 10 councils in first-ever Gaza Str ...  | Read..