The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
War crimes tribunal to try Saddam, aides
Iraq’s new US-backed governing council agreed today to set up a war crimes tribunal that would try ousted President Saddam Hussein and his top associates, a spokesperson for a key party in the council said. ...  | Read.. 
UK manhunt for marine, girl
Police launched an international hunt today for a 12-year-old British girl who they believe has run away to France with a former US marine she met on the Internet. ...  | Read.. 
Pak, Afghanistan to bury row on US insistence
Afghanistan and Pakistan agreed today to send investigators to their border to try to end a row over alleged Pakistani incursions, while the US urged them to patch up their d ...  | Read.. 
How to make the royals fit for the times
Britain’s royal family should be overhauled from top to bottom to make it less political, more accountable and fit for the 21st century, an influential think-tank linked to t ...  | Read.. 
A model poses as a dead woman in a dress completely made of cigarettes during Italian designer Alessandro Consiglio’s fashion show in Rome....  | Read
Comic Arnie
Vanishing act
Guns on gum
Job outsourcing cuts to the bone of US tech industry
Peter Kerrigan encouraged friends to move to Silicon Valley throughout the 1980s and 1990s, wooing ..  | Read.. 
Celebrity pair seeks damages
Lawyers for Hollywood couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones return to London’s high cour..  | Read.. 
China warning on HK protests
Beijing’s top envoy in Hong Kong today warned against polit ...  | Read.. 

Iran liberals call for change
Some 350 reformist intellectuals urged Iran’s Supreme Leade ...  | Read..