The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Allies stun N. Korea with nuclear diktat
Russia and China urged North Korea today to drop its nuclear weapons programme in the strongest language used by the Cold War Communist giants for detente on the Korean peninsula. ...  | Read.. 
EU extends ban on tobacco advertising
EU health ministers today backed a tough new law extending a ban on tobacco advertising to radio, newspapers and the Internet, but diplomats said Germany was likely to challe ...  | Read.. 
Third round of Lanka talks begins
Sri Lanka’s government and Tamil Tiger rebels started a round of peace talks in Oslo today with Norway predicting many more meetings would be needed to end Asia’s longest-run ...  | Read.. 
UK acid bath slur on Saddam
Britain accused President Saddam Hussein today of gross human rights violations, from acid baths and eye-gouging to rape and mass execution, as it sought to harden public opi ...  | Read.. 
Auckland Zoo’s asthmatic orangutan Indra receives a precautionary dose of Flixotide inhaler on Monday. Indra received the medication as staff at the ...  | Read
Toothless in Munich
Box battle
Jewel jinx
FBI kept close eye on Greene
Renowned English novelist Graham Greene, the remake of whose deeply critical tale of the Vietnam Wa..  | Read.. 
Quiet American evokes eloquent Vietnam applause
The Quiet American, a movie that was almost not released in the United States, is warmly wel..  | Read.. 
Clashes mar Karzai decree
Afghan President Hamid Karzai hailed the progress his count ...  | Read.. 

Boeing film flies into Islamic controversy
A promotional film made by Boeing that shows an attack on a ...  | Read.. 

Howard stays firm on pre-emptive strikes
Despite mounting regional and domestic criticism, Prime Min ...  | Read..