The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pressure mounts on Blair to quit fast
Tony Blair faced fresh pressure from formerly loyal cabinet colleagues to organise a swift handover of power after a set of disastrous byelection results demoralised his party yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Camera with Jolie snaps seized
Police in this western Massachusetts town say they have seized a digital camera with images of celebrity couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Africa for an investigation by ...  | Read.. 
Nepal to seek UN help despite rebels
Nepal will ask the UN to monitor weapons of Maoist rebels and the army ahead of elections for an assembly to map out the country’s political future, the home minister sa ...  | Read.. 
Condi Russia spat revealed
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice is famed for her sang froid but one person seems to be able to rattle her ' Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister. ...  | Read.. 
Bush gets talkative before turning 60
The most powerful man in the world turns 60 on Thursday and he just cannot seem to stop talking about it. ...  | Read.. 
Voice on Osama tape in US warning
A purported audio tape by al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden warned Iraq’s Shia majority today of retaliation over attacks on Sunnis and that his group would fight the US ...  | Read.. 
US actor and director Andy Garcia and his daughter Daniella Victoria Garcia-Lorido at the Karlovy Vary film festival in the Czech Republic on Friday. ...  | Read
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Picasso painting auction for charity
British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber’s foundation will sell a Picasso portrait that is expecte..  | Read.. 
Faulty models make iPod lose its shine
Two years ago, it was the coolest gadget of them all ' a sleek, sophisticated and stylish white box..  | Read..