The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A painful pullout, all for peace
Thirty-eight years after he began a new life, Dror is back to a refugee camp. The young Israeli, whose name literally means “freedom”, is one of the 30,000 settlers on the Gaza Strip who were forced out of their homes between August and September this year following prime minister Ari ...  | Read.. 
Sharon ill
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was rushed to a Jerusalem hospital today, suffering from what Israeli television described as a minor stroke. ...  | Read.. 
Cheney in testy Iraq
US vice-president Dick Cheney visited Iraq on Sunday for the first time since the 2003 invasion as hardline leaders from both sides of the country's sectarian divide ren ...  | Read.. 
Cuba let go of chance to needle America
American anti-torture activists who marched through south-eastern Cuba to protest the detention of terror suspects at the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay had to settle last w ...  | Read.. 
Santa raid
Forty drunken Santas rampaged through central Auckland, stealing from stores and assaulting guards in a protest against the commercialisation of Christmas. ...  | Read.. 
Actor Sharon Stone at a charity gala in Berlin on Saturday. (AFP)
Deadly haul locks down Bondi beach
Australian police “locked down” two Sydney suburbs tonight, allowing only residents throu..  | Read.. 
Munich massageSpielberg: PR blitz
Steven Spielberg has hired one of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s top strategists to mar..  | Read..