The Telegraph
 
 
ARCHIVES
Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
Pak admits Khan's role in Iran nuke plan
Pakistan has conceded for the first time that A.Q. Khan, the rogue nuclear scientist who is under house arrest in Islamabad, passed secrets and equipment to Iranian officials and is now considered the 'brain' behind the programme that has put Teheran on the brink of acquiring nuclear weapons. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez in dictators' Parade
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has, for the first time, made it to a list of 'the world's 10 worst dictators' prepared by a US magazine. ...  | Read.. 
 
Blunkett on baby trail
David Blunkett, the former British home secretary, has launched a legal challenge to try to prove that he is the father of the newborn son of his ex-lover, Kimberly Quinn ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair puts Britain in poll mode
Britain's Tony Blair appealed to voters today to give him a third chance as Prime Minister in a strikingly personal speech that sought to heal wounds over Iraq and tackle dis ...  | Read.. 
 
Prince Charles and bridetobe Camilla Parker Bowles ...  | Read
Boating break
Christina ring
Christina Aguilera may be getting what a girl wants...  | Read.. 
Old is gold in Europe
French film siren Catherine Deneuve believes her career would have ended long ago had she tried to ..  | Read.. 
 
Battleship Potemkin restored
Battleship Potemkin, Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 silent ...  | Read.. 

Saudi on red rose alert
Saudi Arabia's morality police are on the scent of illicit ...  | Read.. 

Israel to free 500 Palestinians
Israel's cabinet today approved the release of 500 Palesti ...  | Read.. 

Keanu back with black
Keanu Reeves just wants to do good. ...  | Read..