The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Diplomatic bid to avert Iraq war intensifies
Diplomatic efforts to avert a war in Iraq intensified today as the top UN weapons inspectors launched a four-day tour that will end in Baghdad and a Russian envoy arrived in the Iraqi capital to push for peace. ...  | Read.. 
Pope cautions against modern morality shelter
The Vatican said today Catholic politicians and voters had a duty to oppose laws on abortion, euthanasia and gay marriages, warning them not to hide behind the modern moralit ...  | Read.. 
Paedophile net snares another UK celebrity
Britain’s hunt for paedophiles took another step forward today as police questioned the former manager of 1970s pop group Bay City Rollers, the latest in a string of showbusi ...  | Read.. 
FBI caught in Pak raid row
Islamic clerics in Pakistan asked police today to register a complaint against FBI agents for carrying out raids on their seminaries to hunt for al Qaida suspects. ...  | Read.. 
Paul Burrell (centre), former butler to Princess Diana, and his wife Maria during an interview with Larry King at the CNN studios in Los Angeles on We ...  | Read
Osama dolls up
Paltrow hit
Sex change
Nicole role
Cruise wins dirt suit
Tom Cruise has won a $10 million judgment in a 2001 lawsuit against a gay porn star who claimed he ..  | Read.. 
Don’t fret about the beer belly, blame it on the genes
Beer lovers around the world raise your glasses — it might not only be how much you drink that dete..  | Read.. 
Nepal plans Everest reunion
Nepal plans to invite every living mountaineer who has clim ...  | Read.. 

S. Korea raises pitch
South Korea said today it was prepared for a worst-case sce ...  | Read..