The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
No pressure on Khaleda, Hasina: Govt
The Bangladesh government is putting no pressure on former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia to go into exile and she can resume political activity when the state of emergency is lifted, a government spokesman said today. ...  | Read.. 
Bloomberg in presidency bid
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire businessman and mayor of New York, is building the foundations for an audacious third-party presidential candidacy that would transform ...  | Read.. 
Crow adopts baby boy
” Happy Mother’s Day to Sheryl Crow — the singer-guitarist has adopted a baby boy. ...  | Read.. 
Virginia remembers professors with tears
Virginia Tech’s engineering school remembered with tears its three professors and 11 students slain by a gunman last month and cheered wounded student Kevin Sterne, who ...  | Read.. 
US casualties
A team of seven US soldiers and an Iraqi army interpreter was attacked south of Baghdad today, killing five and leaving three missing, the US military said. ...  | Read.. 
Singer Shakira performs during a concert in Aguascalientes, Mexico. (AP)
Gibson relief
Turtle trips
Scotty trek
Ewan wage
Soot in Mao face at Tiananmen
A vandal damaged the giant portrait of Chairman Mao Zedong that hangs over the Forbidden City today..  | Read.. 
David pub beats Goliath KFC
The highest pub in England has come out on top in a David-and-Goliath battle with Kentucky Frie..  | Read..