The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
China erupts, Japan protests
Shouting 'Japanese invaders must die', thousands protested against Japan's wartime past in eastern China today, hurling rocks and bottles and burning Japanese flags at Tokyo's consulate in Shanghai. ...  | Read.. 
Virus spread fuels fear
The threat of a killer flu pandemic is greater than ever because of the spread of the bird flu virus in southeast Asia, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Zardari lands in 'protective custody'
The police today detained Asif Ali Zardari after he arrived in Lahore early this morning from Dubai. ...  | Read.. 
Saudi phones
Anyone using camera phones to distribute pornography may face up to 1,000 lashes, a 12-year jail term and a 100,000 riyal ($26,670) fine under a proposed Saudi law. ...  | Read.. 
Bond with the best: Pierce Brosnan and wife Keely Shaye Smith at the Global Green USA Millennium awards in Beverly Hills. (Reuters)
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Pope ring destroyed before conclave
Roman Catholic cardinals destroyed the late Pope John Paul's ring and seal today in a symbolic end ..  | Read.. 
Keys inspires school students
Rhythm and blues mega-star Alicia Keys strode into the cinder-block classroom at R.H. Terrell J..  | Read.. 
22 on death row for Awami leader killing
A Bangladesh court has sentenced 22 people to death and six ...  | Read.. 

Jackson lawyer, witness in verbal duel
The mother of Michael Jackson's accuser spent much of yeste ...  | Read.. 

Reform or die, Rice tells UN
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice said yesterday the U ...  | Read..