The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Poll panel bar on Ershad sparks anger
Angry protesters attacked government offices and damaged vehicles in northern Bangladesh today after authorities rejected applications by former army ruler and Jatiya Party chief Hossain Mohammad Ershad to contest next month’s elections. ...  | Read.. 
Pak to fence Afghan border
Pakistan said yesterday it would fence and mine parts of its border with Afghanistan to prevent Taliban rebels from crossing over and waging their growing rebellion. ...  | Read.. 
Plane scare
British Airways blamed poor lighting at Miami airport for a safety scare involving a jumbo jet carrying Prime Minister Tony Blair and his family. ...  | Read.. 
Space probe to hunt planets
European scientists launched a satellite today to seek out new Earth-like planets beyond the solar system and to explore the interior of stars, the European Space Agency (ESA ...  | Read.. 
Wall Street women still feel the squeeze
Even though Wall Street investment banks have made diversity a top priority for the past decade, it may take several more years before women and minorities gain a foothold in ...  | Read.. 
Ex-President Ford dead
Former President Gerald Ford, who took office after the Watergate scandal and later stunned the nation by pardoning a disgraced Richard Nixon, has died at his home in Califor ...  | Read.. 
Carlos Ortiz (left) and his children Francisco, 10, and Natalie, 7, watch as a rocket takes off in Gainesville, Florida, on Tuesday. The launch of th ...  | Read
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‘Cheap’ tag on Blair holiday
Tony Blair has been accused of “cheapening” the office of Prime Minister after it eme..  | Read.. 
Saddam: Execution a sacrifice for Iraq
Saddam Hussein said his execution would be a sacrifice for Iraq and called on Iraqis to unite and f..  | Read..