The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pentagon works on Iran blitz blueprint
Strategists at the Pentagon are drawing up plans for devastating bombing raids backed by submarine-launched ballistic missile attacks against Iran’s nuclear sites as a “last resort” to block Tehran’s efforts to develop an atomic bomb. ...  | Read.. 
In Japan, Feb 14’s all about gifting herself
It used to be Japanese women gave men a gift of chocolates on Valentine’s Day. ...  | Read.. 
Hasina walks back to House
Bangladesh’s main Opposition party returned to Parliament today ending a more than year-long boycott, amid cheers from government legislators and a warm welcome by the S ...  | Read.. 
Support for Iraq PM to continue in office
Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari looked set to keep the top job in Iraq’s new government today after his ruling Shi’ite bloc nominated him to tackle the same crise ...  | Read.. 
Business tips from Flirt Guru
Wearing a low-cut dress, fishnet stockings and a broad grin, Elizabeth Clark leans towards her (mostly male) audience. Her voice is low, husky. “Embrace the bosoms!& ...  | Read.. 
Rio rocks, blame it on Stones
Roll over, bossa nova. The Rolling Stones are taking over Rio de Janeiro’s famed Copacabana Beach next Saturday for what promises to be a historic rock’’roll e ...  | Read.. 
Actress Kristanna Loken at a news conference for the Cinema for Peace 2006 charity gala supporting Unicef in Berlin on Sunday. (Reuters)
Allergy treat
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Jesus spat
Flu toll rises
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Saddam trial
Iran slur
Dogs, not hubby, close to Bardot
Brigitte Bardot, the 71-year-old former film star criticised for supporting France’s extre..  | Read.. 
Kiss goodbye to gossip, if celebrities have their way
The revelation that Ralph Fiennes had cheated on his older lover, Francesca Annis, with a Roman..  | Read.. 
Iraq abuse hits Blair
A British newspaper released a video today apparently showi ...  | Read..