The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A Nobel face and a less noble one
Bangladeshi economist Muhammad Yunus received the Nobel Peace Prize today and urged world leaders to get on with the fight against poverty and stop spending money on wars like the one in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
US bugged phone: Report
US intelligence was eavesdropping on Princess Diana’s telephone calls on the night she died in a car crash in Paris, while keeping British secret agency in dark, a newsp ...  | Read.. 
‘Tata’ to friends, tyrant to others
Augusto Pinochet dominated Chile for 17 years and polarised it until the end of his life — the archetypal dictator reviled by most for his repressive rule but loved by some f ...  | Read.. 
Widow finger at Russia
The widow of the murdered former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko says her husband angered members of the Russian security services by speaking out against them, but she neve ...  | Read.. 
Bangla troops take position
Troops took up positions around the Bangladeshi capital and in all major cities and towns today after the government ordered the deployment to ensure a peaceful run-up to ele ...  | Read.. 
Iran gains most from Iraq war
The report issued last week by the blue-ribbon Iraq Study Group provides fresh proof of Iran’s strengthened hand in West Asia since the US-led invasion: It mentions ...  | Read.. 
Muhammad Yunus with the Nobel medal and diploma at Oslo Town Hall on Sunday. (AFP)
Flea fortune
Pak rape law protest
Smoke row
Poland sleaze
Saddam kin
UK dad-less revolution
A child’s need for a father will no longer be a consideration when a woman seeks fertility tre..  | Read.. 
Diana dossier vs whispers
A long-awaited British police report into Princess Diana’s death due this week could finally l..  | Read.. 
Kate slams ‘size-zero’ fashion trend
Hollywood star Kate Winslet said today she finds the curren ...  | Read..