The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tobacco firm wins payout plea
The US supreme court threw out a $79.5 million (euro60.5 million) punitive damages award to a smokerís widow today, a boon to businesses seeking stricter limits on big-dollar jury verdicts. ...  | Read.. 
Anti-women zealot kills minister in Pakistan
A suspected Islamist zealot opposed to women in politics shot dead a Pakistani provincial government minister at a political meeting today, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
Bombers arrested
Pakistani police arrested two suspected suicide bombers from a banned Islamist group today and seized explosives and jackets to be used in suicide attacks, police said. ...  | Read.. 
Models urged to be wary
The government is warning aspiring models and entertainers to be on their guard against rogue casting agencies who try to relieve them of their money on the false promise of ...  | Read.. 
Dead Lankans on display
Saudi Arabia has put the bodies of four Sri Lankans beheaded in Riyadh on display in public in an effort to deter a rising crime wave by foreigners, Saudi media reported toda ...  | Read.. 
A picture taken from a previously unreleased footage shows President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline riding in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, moments before he was gunned down on November 22, 1963. (Reuters)
Sean in Scot push
Green plan
Bulb end
Key Bush anti-terror law upheld
A US appeals court today upheld the part of a tough anti-terrorism law signed by President George W..  | Read.. 
JFK footage
Previously unreleased footage of John F. Kennedyís fateful motorcade in Dallas moments before ..  | Read..