The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tsunami lashes Pacific islands
Thousands of survivors huddled on a hilltop refuge as terrifying aftershocks rumbled beneath them and bodies were left unrecovered in waters off a remote Solomon Islands town hours after a deadly tsunami struck today. ...  | Read.. 
Women and children die in Tiger blast
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers bombed a civilian bus in the island’s restive east today, killing 16 people, mostly women and children, during a Buddhist holiday, military ...  | Read.. 
Gas blow to Bush
In a defeat for the Bush administration, the supreme court ruled today that a US government agency has the power under the clean air law to regulate greenhouse gas emissions ...  | Read.. 
‘Nukes a question of time’
Russia’s leading nuclear scientist said today that it was just a question of time before Iran developed a nuclear weapon and it should be stopped. ...  | Read.. 
UK shift softens Iran tone
Iranian television said today it had detected a shift in British policy that could help to resolve a crisis over 15 sailors and Marines Iran is holding. ...  | Read.. 
Mao’s son buried
Mao Anqing, the last surviving son of Mao Zedong, the founder of China’s communist government, was buried today with state leaders as the thousands of mourners watched, ...  | Read.. 
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Pressure to be thin: Duff
Teen starlet Hilary Duff claims she has never had a problem with her weight, but feels pressure to ..  | Read.. 
Hillary shatters poll fund records
Hillary Clinton has raised $26 million (£13.2 million) in three months since launching her camp..  | Read.. 
EMI, Apple deal
Troubled music giant EMI has struck a landmark agreemen ...  | Read.. 

Minister irks Kuwait hawks
Kuwait’s education minister took the oath of office in ...  | Read..