The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Deadlock on dollar, progress on arms
World leaders, seeking to display renewed cooperation after the damaging Iraq crisis, voiced confidence in a global economic recovery today and agreed on steps to stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction. ...  | Read.. 
Sharon peace push to target rogue settlers
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon will announce plans to uproot some rogue Jewish settler outposts at a summit with his Palestinian counterpart and US President George W. B ...  | Read.. 
Harare whips Mugabe-baiters
Zimbabwe police quashed opposition protests today, arresting party leaders and firing tear gas to stop demonstrations aimed at driving President Robert Mugabe from power. ...  | Read.. 
Virus breather to China, not Canada
China reported no new SARS cases today for the first time in at least six weeks, a clear sign the flu-like disease is on the retreat in Asia. ...  | Read.. 
Paul McCartney at his “Back In The World” concert in Liverpool on Monday. (Reuters)
Paul’s home
Fishy fable
Spidery skill
Wartime scourge is peacetime gourmet’s delight
The house special in the trendiest restaurant in rebel-held Sri Lanka is a chicken dish called a ‘l..  | Read.. 
Bush bubbles over, Chirac chill melts
Presidents George W. Bush and Jacques Chirac, trying to patch up US-French relations after a deep r..  | Read.. 
Yangon shuts down varsities
Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was in custod ...  | Read.. 

Mixed UN report
Agreeing in part with the US, UN weapons inspectors reporte ...  | Read.. 

Pak province votes for Shariat
The parliament of a Pakistani province close to Afghanistan ...  | Read.. 

America’s headaches in Iraq multiply
Thousands of sacked Iraqi soldiers swarmed angrily around U ...  | Read..