The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
North Korea nukes pact to global alarm
North Korea withdrew from the global treaty to prevent the spread of atomic weapons today, again raising the stakes in the crisis over its nuclear intentions. ...  | Read.. 
The poet Pope has resurfaced
The best-kept secret in the Vatican these days has nothing to do with sex or scandal. It is about love and nature, couplets and verse. ...  | Read.. 
Soccer veil lifts for Iran women
In a taboo-breaking step in Iran, its soccer club has begun allowing female football fans into its stadium to watch games. ...  | Read.. 
Euthanasia machine seized
Customs officers confiscated a “death machine” from Australian euthanasia advocate Dr Philip Nitschke today as he prepared to board a flight to the US to unveil his latest in ...  | Read.. 
A Belarus frontier guard helps his dog jump through a ring of fire at the frontier town of Smargun, 120 km west of Minsk. (AFP)
Stork stench
Heavy fine
Theft girth
Danger behind wide-eyed stares
Diana, Princess of Wales, had a rare condition called sanpaku, and so does Cherie Blair, according ..  | Read.. 
But for cricket matches, life is music for Mick
The cricket-loving Mick Jagger has a problem that not even his money, power and influence can resolv..  | Read.. 
Pak refugees flee US, seek Canada haven
The American continent is witnessing the unthinkable in ...  | Read.. 

Ahern’s daughter seals $1m book deal
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern’s younger daughter was ce ...  | Read.. 

Scam Sharon blacked out
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's scandal-plagued ...  | Read.. 

Education reaps peace dividend
More than 75,000 children, most of them minority Tamils, ha ...  | Read.. 

Pak envoy faces recall threat
An embarassed Pakistan may recall its ambassador to the UN, ...  | Read.. 

EU bid to block US war rush
Europe moved to stay America’s hand over Iraq today, as top ...  | Read..