The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak raid for al Qaida men draws blank
Pakistani paramilitary troops raided a village in a tribal region bordering Afghanistan today where six al Qaida men were thought to be hiding but found none of the foreign suspects, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
US gears up to move armour
The US will ship tanks and heavy armour to West Asia this month as President George W. Bush tries to garner domestic support for efforts to oust Iraqi President Saddam Hussei ...  | Read.. 
Benazir admits poll bid uncertain
Pakistan’s self-exiled former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto conceded today that it was uncertain whether her bid to contest the country’s October 10 elections would succeed. ...  | Read.. 
Sri Lanka lifts ban on Tigers
The Sri Lankan government decided today to lift a ban on the island’s Tamil Tiger rebels, ignoring opposition from the President and honouring a pledge before the two sides b ...  | Read.. 
Cindy Crawford poses with her new fragrance in Berlin. (AFP)
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Protesters jeer Powell at summit
Protesters jeered US secretary of state Colin Powell on the Earth Summit’s final day today, accusin..  | Read.. 
Man slashes 9 children in Seoul rampage
A knife-wielding man claiming he was driven by voices urging him to kill slashed nine young childre..  | Read..