The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Guns blazing, 9/11 returns
Armed guards and high walls around fortified compounds gave scant protection to expatriates living in the Saudi capital Riyadh when suicide bombers shot their way into three complexes to set off huge car bombs. ...  | Read.. 
Strike over pensions cripples France
Workers throughout France staged strikes against government plans to overhaul the state pension system today, crippling air and rail traffic and forcing schools to close in t ...  | Read.. 
Cloud on Lanka donor meet
Sri Lanka said today it was still preparing for a donor conference in Tokyo despite no sign from Tamil Tiger rebels they will attend the meeting, which it is hoped will raise ...  | Read.. 
China sees no light at end of tunnel
The SARS epidemic is showing no signs of fading in China, even though the number of cases is declining, WHO experts said today as Taiwan reported more infections and Greece s ...  | Read.. 
A wrecked building in an expatriate compound in Riyadh after the suicide attacks. (Reuters)
‘We’re not packing up and leaving’
Westerners in Saudi Arabia said today they were not yet ready to quit their comfortable lifestyles ..  | Read.. 
Simulation attacks test Seattle nerves
With a booming explosion and plumes of thick smoke shrouding burned out cars and buses, US authorit..  | Read.. 
Pervez knows but needs time
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has acknowledged that h ...  | Read.. 

Baywatch set to stun Egyptian shores
Forget California. A cast of stunning swimsuit-clad stars wi ...  | Read..