The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Beauties take off, Nigeria counts cost
The death toll rose to 175 in Nigerian riots sparked by controversy over the Miss World pageant, whose contestants flew to Britain today after organisers hastily moved the event. ...  | Read.. 
Murder mix-up pits UN against Israel
The UN today challenged Israel’s contention that Palestinians had fired at Israeli troops from a UN compound during a gunbattle in which soldiers shot dead a UN official. ...  | Read.. 
Whiff of Laden in Bali explosions
Indonesian police said today they had found books and video discs of speeches by Osama bin Laden in a house rented by the suspected mastermind of last month’s bomb attacks on ...  | Read.. 
Austria’s far-right bleeds at hustings
Austrian populist Joerg Haider’s far-right party plunged in today’s elections, but a landslide victory by his conservative partners could save their centre-right ruling coali ...  | Read.. 
India’s Miss World contestant Shruti Sharma arrives at London’s Gatwick Airport. (Reuters)
‘Harlot’ storm shakes Philip
Queen Elizabeth’s husband has dismissed reports he called his late daughter-in-law Princess Diana a..  | Read.. 
Jamali hangs by a thin thread in Pak
Pakistan’s new Prime Minister looks precariously placed, with a fragile coalition to protect, a for..  | Read.. 
Barbara brings Harte back from the dead
Shadows grow long over the East River on a chilly autumn ev ...  | Read.. 

Global heat on Saddam
World leaders pressed Iraq to comply with UN weapons inspec ...  | Read.. 

Tanker catches fire off Hong Kong
A tanker carrying 20,000 tonnes of liquefied petroleum gas ...  | Read.. 

WTC: Welcome to China
A US naval destroyer docked smoothly on China’s eastern coa ...  | Read..