The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cartoon fury refuses to end
Kenyan police opened fire at hundreds demonstrating against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad today, wounding at least one person, as protests across the Muslim world showed no sign of abating. ...  | Read.. 
Pak clashes
Small-arms and rocket fire between Muslim sects killed four people in and around a Pakistani town after 36 people, mostly minority Shias, died in a suicide bombing and other ...  | Read.. 
Study: Kissing risky
Teenagers who intimately kiss many different people almost quadruple their risk of developing meningitis, according to a study to be published today. ...  | Read.. 
Kite ban lifted
People in Lahore today began preparations to celebrate the spring festival after the countryís supreme court lifting a ban on kite-flying. ...  | Read.. 
Storm over Yahoo aid to China
US Internet companies faced bipartisan criticism in the Congress yesterday amid a rising controversy over Yahoo Incís alleged role in the Chinese governmentís impri ...  | Read.. 
Egypt's chief archaeologist Zahi Hawass with the granite sculpture of King Amenhotep III in Luxor, Egypt, on Friday. The head was discovered in a newl ...  | Read
Blair poll defeat
Iraq bombing
Costner to rock at golf meet
Kevin Costner will do more than play golf at the next BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs...  | Read.. 
Nepal govt rejects Maoist talks offer
The royalist government headed by King Gyanendra today rejected a Maoist ceasefire offer and re..  | Read..