The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Angry Shias vow revenge after cleric attack
Thousands of angry Shias, some vowing revenge, thronged the streets of the Iraqi holy city of Najaf today for the funerals of three men killed in a bomb attack that wounded a top cleric. ...  | Read.. 
Red Cross to cut Baghdad staff
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is reducing its Baghdad staff due to security concerns after last week’s truck bomb attack on the UN headquarters in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Aches and ills from bagpipes
The sound of bagpipes has always been a distinctive and somewhat acquired taste. ...  | Read.. 
BBC attacks ‘imperialist’ Murdoch
The BBC launched a direct attack against Australian-US press magnate Rupert Murdoch today, calling him a “capital imperialist” who wants to undermine public radio and televis ...  | Read.. 
Mick Jagger performs during the Rolling Stones’ Hot Licks tour at Twickenham Stadium in London. (Reuters)
Venice fest
Melody men
Picky panda
20th century’s greatest minds sweat it out in The Tournament
Russian playwright Anton Chekhov is the top seed but is knocked out by James Joyce before the final..  | Read.. 
Nasa to peer into universe corners
A new Nasa infra red observatory designed to see objects either too cold to cast their own light or..  | Read.. 
Campbell included line on Iraq nuclear threat in dossier
Alastair Campbell persuaded intelligence chiefs to incl ...  | Read.. 

Myanmar general gives up post
Myanmar military leader General Than Shwe has given up his ...  | Read.. 

50 killed in US raid on Taliban base
Up to 50 Taliban fighters were killed in a big air and grou ...  | Read.. 

Rebel bid on Deuba’s life
Former Nepali Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, whose sac ...  | Read..