The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Libya builds death-row bridge
Libya’s Supreme Court today scrapped death sentences against five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor and ordered a retrial of the cases which have harmed Tripoli’s efforts to build ties with the West. ...  | Read.. 
Saddam side seeks free torture probe
Lawyers for Saddam Hussein have asked his Baghdad court for an independent investigation into claims by the ousted Iraqi leader that he has been tortured by his American cap ...  | Read.. 
Saudi driver dilemma
Crown Prince Sultan has held open the possibility that Saudi Arabia could lift its ban on women drivers ' but said Saudi men would have the final say. ...  | Read.. 
Leap second
Get ready for a minute with 61 seconds. Scientists are delaying the start of 2006 by the first “leap second” in seven years, a timing tweak meant to make up for cha ...  | Read.. 
Pope plea on tech triumph
Pope Benedict, in his first Christmas address, today urged humanity to unite against terrorism, poverty and environmental blight and called for a “new world order” ...  | Read.. 
Fruits of truce in Christ’s homeland
Calls for peace resonated in Bethlehem today as a lull in violence spurred the biggest influx of Christmas pilgrims for years to the town where Christians believe Jesus was b ...  | Read.. 
Saddam Hussein during the trial. (AFP)
Pak quake
Bangla alert
Iran denial
Qaida killing
MP murder in Lanka cathedral
Blood, abandoned shoes and service papers lie beneath the tinsel in a cathedral in Sri Lanka’s..  | Read..