The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Amid protests, Rice meets Muslims
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice met Muslim leaders in northwest England today in a trip during which protesters expressed anger that an architect of the Iraq war was on their home turf. ...  | Read.. 
The Gandhi difference
When British foreign secretary Jack Straw welcomed Condoleezza Rice to his home town of Blackburn this weekend, he told her she was in “the centre of the world”. ...  | Read.. 
French Left rejects Chirac call for talks
French Left-wing parties rejected President Jacques Chirac’s call for dialogue today, reaffirming their plans to march next week against a youth job law they insist the ...  | Read.. 
For first time, Shias ask PM to resign
Senior members of Iraq’s ruling Shia Alliance bloc called publicly for the first time today for Ibrahim al-Jaafari to step down as Prime Minister to break months of dead ...  | Read.. 
Virtual crucifixion on Internet
An Internet game site based on Roman Britain has staged a “virtual crucifixion” of one of its players to punish him for breaking the rules. ...  | Read.. 
UK stops sale of four soft drinks
Britain’s Food Standards Agency said four soft drinks were being removed from sale after they were found to contain high levels of benzene which can cause cancer. ...  | Read.. 
A worker cleans a five-foot tower clock at the Electric Time Company in Medfield, Massachusetts, on Friday. The US and Canada will go into summer time ...  | Read
Plumber problem
Jacko jab
Euro pot
Clooney website trick
George Clooney is known as a prankster, but his plan to undermine a website that posts celebrity si..  | Read.. 
Cambridge sinks Oxford French coup
In a piece of oneupmanship, Cambridge University yesterday trumped Oxford’s claim to have the ..  | Read.. 
Raid on Nasa chief in child porn probe
The headquarters office of a senior Nasa manager was search ...  | Read..