The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
UN arms inspectors knock on Iraq door
UN arms inspectors gathered in Cyprus to relaunch the search in Iraq for weapons of mass destruction today, vowing not to take no for an answer if they wanted to inspect a site. ...  | Read.. 
Bond faces fire for smoking
After 13 years without a smoke, world famous secret agent James Bond has started puffing again, Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper reported. ...  | Read.. 
Immodest statue for modest Mandela
Nelson Mandela is said to be “more embarrassed than flattered” by plans to erect a 330-feet statue of him, which will be taller than New York’s Statue of Liberty. ...  | Read.. 
Nightmare on Wall St. for women
A book that exposes the full extent of sexual harassment against women working in Wall Street, and claims that the firms they work for condone it, is being snapped up by ...  | Read.. 
Britain’s Prince Harry chats with an unidentified young woman prior to the start of England’s International Rugby Union test match against Australia a ...  | Read
Arrests leave whiff of London Tube cyanide plot
The British government today played down reports of a planned cyanide gas attack on London’s underg..  | Read.. 
Iran students beat death-row hawks
Students who have staged Iran’s biggest pro-reform protests for three years claimed a victory for f..  | Read.. 
Room 7021: a penthouse in prison
There is no question as to which is the most exclusive ...  | Read.. 

Jews see red on Berlin dispute
A dispute that broke out during a ceremony to rename a Berl ...  | Read.. 

Pak to elect PM this week
Paving the way for transfer of power to a new government, P ...  | Read..