The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Case against US child killer suspect collapses
John Mark Karr, the schoolteacher who made worldwide headlines by confessing to one of Americaís most notorious unsolved crimes, the murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey, was abruptly cleared yesterday after the case against him collapsed. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal to probe king role in protest deaths
An inquiry panel will question Nepalís king about his role in the killing of pro-democracy activists in April, an official said today, an unprecedented move in a nation ...  | Read.. 
Working more than 51 hrs per week risky
Workers who clocked more than 51 hours at the office each week were 29 per cent more likely to have high blood pressure than those who worked 39 hours or less, a new study fr ...  | Read.. 
Bugti body not with govt, says Pak
A senior Pakistani military official today scotched rumours that the body of Baluchistan nationalist leader Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti was with the state government. ...  | Read.. 
Iran leader in Bush challenge
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today proposed holding a live television debate with President George W. Bush to discuss global affairs. ...  | Read.. 
Singer and actress Hillary Duff talks to a student in New Orleans on Tuesday, one year after Hurricane Katrina battered the US Gulf coast. On Monday, ...  | Read
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Cruiseís mission for movie cash possible
Turns out finding money to make movies was an easy mission for Tom Cruise...  | Read.. 
Critics hail Dylanís new album
Bob Dylanís new album Modern Times was released today to rave reviews that showed the 6..  | Read..