The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Council debuts with curtains on Saddam
A US-backed Iraqi governing council held its inaugural meeting today, stressing the start of a new era by abolishing national holidays that honoured Saddam Hussein and creating a new one to mark his downfall. ...  | Read.. 
Kuwait steps towards democracy
Kuwait’s emir issued a landmark decree today separating the post of Prime Minister from the crown prince for the first time since Kuwait’s 1961 independence in an apparent co ...  | Read.. 
Nepal parties extend protests
Nepal’s five main parties announced today they would extend by a month a protest campaign against the king. ...  | Read.. 
Britain battles CIA rift reports
Britain tried to brush off reports today of a serious rift with Washington over its intelligence on Saddam Hussein’s nuclear ambitions used by the two allies to justify invad ...  | Read.. 
A contestant in ancient Roman garb at a slalom chariot race in Berlin on Sunday. Eight charioteers competed in three chariot events, the sprint, the s ...  | Read
Red light warning
Love parade
Kabul rap for Pervez
With Pak-Afghan tension still brewing after the recent ransacking of the Pakistan embassy in Kabul,..  | Read.. 
‘Rip Van Winkle’ wakes into scandal in family
Terry Wallis has some catching up to do. After 19 years in a coma following a car crash in the summe..  | Read.. 
Hamas warns of end to truce
Palestinian militant groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad warned ...  | Read.. 

Hurley to wed Nayar in February
British actress Liz Hurley and her Indian millionaire compa ...  | Read..