The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Attacked, America runs to UN
US President George W. Bush shifted strategy on Iraq and sought to give the UN a larger role as a Polish-led force took command of a chunk of the country today from US Marines. ...  | Read.. 
A stroke of pen gifts life to 100 on death row
A federal appeals court today overturned the death sentences of about 100 inmates in the western US as it applied a recent US Supreme Court decision that juries and not judge ...  | Read.. 
Blair to curb spin to wrest trust
Days after the resignation of his powerful media aide Alastair Campbell, British Prime Minister Tony Blair today said he would curb the role of his spin doctors in an effort ...  | Read.. 
Nepal parties plan low-key protests to defy ban
Exactly 11 months after King Gyanendra sacked elected Prime Minister, Sher Bahadur Deuba and assumed the country’s executive authority, five Opposition parties plan to de ...  | Read.. 
US troops at the transfer of authority ceremony at Camp Babylon in Hilla, 100 km south of Baghdad. (AFP)
Wary Iran recalls UK envoy
Iran’s ambassador to London has returned to Tehran for consultations but ties have not been downgra..  | Read.. 
‘We should let others come in’
American soldiers struggling to keep a lid on violence in Iraq and concerned by near-daily fataliti..  | Read.. 
6 killed as blast rips Russia train
An explosion tore through a packed early morning commuter t ...  | Read..