The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush comes clean on eavesdropping
President George W. Bush acknowledged he signed a secret order to allow eavesdropping on people in the US today, as he fought for the renewal of the anti-terror USA Patriot Act. ...  | Read.. 
US to sell howitzers to Pak in $56-m deal
The Bush administration said yesterday it tentatively planned to let Pakistan buy 115 155mm self-propelled howitzer artillery pieces as well as related gear and services valu ...  | Read.. 
Radiation alert at Russia plant
Investigators have found nuclear contamination tens of thousands of times above safe levels on the premises of a ruined factory in Russia’s Chechnya, officials said toda ...  | Read.. 
Sculpture stolen
Thieves with a flat-bed truck stole a bronze Henry Moore sculpture of a reclining figure north of London, police said today. ...  | Read.. 
Colombian singer Shakira performs at a concert in Madison Square Gardens, New York. (AP)
Lanka deadlock
Iraq polls
Afghan clash
Bangla raid
Jessica files for divorce
After a tumultuous three-year celebrity marriage, actress and singer Jessica Simpson filed for divo..  | Read.. 
WTO activists clash with police
Anti-World Trade Organisation activists clashed with the police today in a desperate attempt to br..  | Read..