The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bank freezes failed bombers’ accounts
The Bank of England has frozen the financial accounts belonging to the four failed July 21 bombers as Scotland Yard investigates allegations that the men collected more than '500,000 in benefit payments in Britain. ...  | Read.. 
Brown wins ruling
Best-selling author Dan Brown has won a court ruling against another writer who claimed Brown’s book The Da Vinci Code copied elements from two of his books, Brow ...  | Read.. 
14 killed in plane crash off Italy coast
At least 14 people were killed and 20 injured when their Tunisair flight from Italy to Tunisia made an emergency landing in the sea off Sicily today after reporting a technic ...  | Read.. 
Hiroshima call
Tens of thousands of people from around the world gathered in Hiroshima today to renew calls for the abolition of nuclear arms on the 60th anniversary of the atomic bombing o ...  | Read.. 
US pop singer Anastacia at the Red Cross charity ball in Monaco. (Reuters)
Murphy mess
Russia tries to rescue stuck mini-sub
Russia raced today to haul up a mini-submarine stuck 190 metres underwater near its Pacific coast, ..  | Read.. 
Marilyn’s most secret thoughts
Marilyn Monroe fretted over a relationship with then-attorney general Robert F. Kennedy and had a o..  | Read.. 
Blair critic Robin Cook dies after collapse
Former British foreign secretary Robin Cook died today afte ...  | Read..