The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bounty for Saddam, dead or alive: $25m
The US today offered $25 million for information leading to the capture of ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein or confirmation of his death. ...  | Read.. 
Berlusconi says he regrets slur
Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder said today he had accepted Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s “regret” for comparing a German lawmaker to a Nazi concentration camp guard ...  | Read.. 
Israelis kill militant, anger Palestinians
Israeli troops shot dead a militant and temporarily blocked Palestinian traffic on Gaza’s main road today, angering Palestinians who assailed the actions as a threat to US pe ...  | Read.. 
Museum reopens
The Iraqi National Museum reopened briefly today to display the glittering treasure of Nimrud, which was feared stolen during the first chaotic days after the fall of Saddam ...  | Read.. 
A file picture of Sharon Stone and her husband Phil Bronstein. The Basic Instinct star has reportedly separated from her newspaper editor husba ...  | Read
Pure holy water
Rod relief
Free flight
Bush blast backfires
President George W. Bush has used colourful language before to great effect, but he is taking some ..  | Read.. 
Big Fat Greek Wedding turns tragic for producers
The producers who first saw potential in My Big Fat Greek Wedding say it has turned into a “..  | Read.. 
Blair office launches fresh assault on BBC
The British government today launched a fresh assault on th ...  | Read.. 

Pak on democracy path: Musharraf
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf today insisted his cou ...  | Read.. 

Pervez roams streets at night
Determined to rid Pakistan of an image for lawlessness, Pre ...  | Read.. 

Blow to economy class cases
A British court delivered a severe setback today to 24 vict ...  | Read..