The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Blair prize for Bush: a Europe split in two
Even as President George W. Bush considered setting a deadline for military action against Iraq during his talks with British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Camp David tomorrow, Blair delivered an unexpected prize for the White House on the eve of his arrival here. ...  | Read.. 
Soldiers stash away sperm
They’re creating living legacies frozen in liquid nitrogen. ...  | Read.. 
Iran’s rebel cleric freed after 5 years
Iran’s foremost clerical dissident was freed from house arrest after five years and made an unrepentant speech to hundreds of supporters today. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal nurses peace hopes
A surprise ceasefire between the Nepal government and Maoists fighting to overthrow the constitutional monarchy spurred hopes today for an end to a bloody campaign that has k ...  | Read.. 
A sailor from the Royal Australian Navy embraces his girlfriend before departing for the Persian Gulf. Australian soldiers are also depositing sperm. (Reuters)
Cracked: How brain sees colour
Scientists have discovered how the brain perceives colour in a finding that could one day help peop..  | Read.. 
Thais flee Cambodia
Military aircraft evacuated hundreds of frightened Thais from Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh today a..  | Read.. 
Osama fate
Pakistan’s intelligence services believe Osama bin Laden, h ...  | Read.. 

Pak claims assurance on illegal immigrants
The US assured Pakistan there would be no “significant” dep ...  | Read.. 

Celebrity diet passes test
The latest high-protein Hollywood diet that has helped shap ...  | Read.. 

Love-hungry Britons rush to speed-date
Hundreds of love-hungry singles flocked to London’s biggest ...  | Read..