The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Oil pipeline target in Iraq attack
A fresh wave of sabotage and violence took its toll on Iraq today as a second blaze hit a crucial oil export pipeline, a water pipeline was blown up and six Iraqis were killed in a mortar attack on a Baghdad prison. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal says no to new statute
Nepal today rejected Maoist demands for a new constitution to define the role of the king but agreed to include the rebels in an interim government to end violence that has k ...  | Read.. 
Drugs link to fickle attention
Children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder are more likely to smoke, drink and use illegal drugs, US researchers reported today. ...  | Read.. 
Shadow lingers on Pak economy
Until 9/11, the world treated it as a pariah for its backing of the Taliban and militants in Kashmir. But today Pakistan is reaping unprecedented dividends from its “unco ...  | Read.. 
Fireworks light up Germany’s Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam to mark the annual event Palace Night on Sunday. (AFP)
Scary surprise
Sea bed
Camel caper
Merry mayor
Hoon sees end of road for cabinet career in Kelly inquiry
British defence secretary Geoff Hoon has told close colleagues that he has accepted he must “ca..  | Read.. 
America knocks on palace gate in vain
The Queen’s officials have rejected an extraordinary request from American diplomats to move the US ..  | Read.. 
Rivals battle to get Shylock on screen
Two rival Hollywood producers are racing to get separate ver ...  | Read.. 

Pak violence
Hundreds of angry Pakistani Shias went on a rampage in Kara ...  | Read..