The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Protest clouds Nepal peace
Police fired at anti-government protesters in Nepal today, killing two, in violence that threatens to derail a peace process aimed at ending a decade of civil war. ...  | Read.. 
Iraq carnage
Two simultaneous car bombs killed 75 people in a busy market in central Baghdad today in fresh violence that came as Iraqis awaited the start of a US-backed offensive in the ...  | Read.. 
Pak soldiers killed in blast
A rare suicide car bomb attack in North Waziristan killed four Pakistani soldiers and a woman passerby today, raising fears that government peace deals in the pro-Taliban reg ...  | Read.. 
No Paris bar on thin models
Paris will not take extra measures to ban ultra-skinny models from catwalks because its rules on their health are already strict, the head of the French fashion federation sa ...  | Read.. 
Bush shirt ban
An airline passenger barred from a flight for wearing a T-shirt labelling President George W. Bush a terrorist has threatened legal action against Australia’s flag carr ...  | Read.. 
A family takes a ride on a motorcycle during the transport strike in Kathmandu on Monday. (Reuters)
‘Cute meat’ label nearly led DiCaprio to quit films
Leonardo DiCaprio wanted to give up acting for a time after the hit movie Titanic...  | Read.. 
Bobby Jindal in governor race again
US Representative Bobby Jindal, who lost his bid for governor in 2003, told supporters today that h..  | Read..