The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush: Saddam got justice, not dignity
President George W. Bush said yesterday that Saddam Hussein’s execution should have been carried out in a “more dignified way,” but the Iraqi leader had received justice, which his victims had not. ...  | Read.. 
Tyrant now a martyr: Egypt
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said in an interview published today that execution had turned deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein into a martyr and pictures of the hangi ...  | Read.. 
Shilpa cooks minus spice
As Day Three dawned for Shilpa Shetty in Celebrity Big Brother House, The Telegraph was besieged by calls today from Indian viewers asking for help to ensure the 3 ...  | Read.. 
Wilde out of Vatican closet
Oscar Wilde, poet, playwright, gay icon and deathbed convert to Catholicism, has been paid a rare tribute by the Vatican. His aphorisms are quoted in a collection of maxi ...  | Read.. 
Ban deputy
New UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon will appoint Tanzanian foreign minister Asha-Rose Migiro as his deputy, fulfilling a pledge to name a woman to the number twop post, U.N. ...  | Read.. 
Ershad faces Jan. 17 deadline
Bangladesh’s former army ruler Hossain Mohammad Ershad, banned from contesting elections on corruption charges, has been ordered to surrender to a Dhaka court by January ...  | Read.. 
A Palestinian boy cries as he poses for a picture with lioness Sabrina at a photo studio in Gaza. Sabrina is the main attraction at the studio where ...  | Read
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No biased report on J&K: Pak
The Pakistan government today told the two-member fact-finding team from the European Parliamen..  | Read.. 
Suspected Tiger blast kills 5
Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels set off a bomb in a bus in western Sri Lanka today, killing at least f..  | Read..