The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Relief and roar march together in Iraq
Weapons inspectors were preparing today to return to Iraq after it reluctantly accepted UN demands, as neighbouring states let out a sigh of relief in the hope the region might escape war. ...  | Read.. 
12 killed in Nepal clashes
At least 12 people, mostly Maoist rebels, have been killed in violence in Nepal in the past 24 hours, officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Instant pop idols face tired fans
Manufactured bands may have peaked in an industry increasingly swamped by instant pop idols, according to a top MTV executive. ...  | Read.. 
Quetta protests
Pakistani protesters burned the US flag and called for a strike in the home town of a Muslim militant due to be executed in the United States. ...  | Read.. 
Sheryl Crowe performs during the Stormy Weather concert in Los Angeles to benefit the Walden Woods Project and the Thoreau Institute at Walden Pond. ...  | Read
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Pope in historic speech to Italy parliament
Pope John Paul, in a historic speech to the Italian parliament, today urged Italians to have more b..  | Read.. 
Last orders' Not in ‘civilised’ Britain
British bartenders have been yelling “last orders” shortly before 11 pm since World War I but plans..  | Read.. 
Scribe sure voice on tape is Osama’s
A journalist who has met Osama bin Laden several times said ...  | Read.. 

Sweeping changes in China army
China heralded a sweeping reshuffle at the top of the world ...  | Read.. 

Jiang last bow: play’s the thing
All the world’s a stage, they knew this time, and playe ...  | Read.. 

Royals brave scandal for birthday bash
British royalty braved out its biggest crisis since the dea ...  | Read..