The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nepal slams insolent world
In a strong rejoinder to countries which had criticised the recently-held municipal polls, the royalist government in Nepal asked them to refrain from making “insolent”, “baseless” and “unacceptable” comments on its “domestic” affairs. ...  | Read.. 
Iran threat to quit NPT
Iran may reconsider its membership of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) if it feels its enemies are using the accord to put unfair pressure on it, President Mahmoud ...  | Read.. 
Berlusconi Napoleon boast
Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi can think of only one man who achieved more than him as a leader ' Napoleon. ...  | Read.. 
Denmark envoys pull out from Iran
Denmark said today it had withdrawn diplomats and staff from Indonesia and Iran because of security threats, while Muslims held demonstrations in European cities over cartoon ...  | Read.. 
Europe flu virus shiver
Greece and Italy said today they had found swans with the H5N1 bird flu virus, the first known cases in the EU of wild birds with the deadly strain of the disease. ...  | Read.. 
Sharon stable after surgery
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, comatose since a stroke last month, underwent emergency surgery to remove parts of a damaged intestine today and a hospital official said ...  | Read.. 
George Clooney jokes ahead of the screening of his latest film Syriana at the Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin. (Reuters)
X-rated fortune
Skull in suitcase scare
Spying Bush gets spied on
The eavesdropping tables were turned on President Bush yesterday. ..  | Read.. 
Fossett flies past record
Adventurer Steve Fossett completed the longest non-stop flight in aviation history today after flyi..  | Read..