The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Aid trickles into quake-hit Java
Aid trickled in today for survivors of an earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia’s Java island, but tens of thousands of homeless still foraged on their own for food and shelter. ...  | Read.. 
Army out in Kathmandu to tackle rising crime
Nepalese troops patrolled the streets of Kathmandu today and were stationed around the city’s perimetre to help police control rising crime amid a spate of armed robberi ...  | Read.. 
Film premiere now an ailing beast
Note to Hollywood studio publicity departments: The movie premiere party is an ailing beast. Please do something. ...  | Read.. 
Faithful offer prayers to appease the spirits
Sitting cross-legged in front of a crumbled pavilion, the Indonesian palace retainer burns incense and makes an offering of bananas, betel nut leaves and areca nuts. ...  | Read.. 
US traffic riot in Kabul
Several Afghans were killed and at least 20 were wounded today when firing erupted during a violent protest over a traffic accident involving a US military convoy in the capi ...  | Read.. 
An earthquake survivor waits for medical attention at a hospital in Yogyakarta, central Java, on Monday. (Reuters)
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Vietnam tiger ready to roar
The last tiger may finally be ready to roar...  | Read.. 
Tehran plays on Germany’s ‘guilt’
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told Germans they should no longer allow themselves to be..  | Read..