The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Italy turn to taste blackout
A nationwide power blackout in Italy hit virtually the whole population in the dead of night today, unleashing chaos, stalling lifts and stranding travellers. ...  | Read.. 
Iran refuses to yield on nuclear programme
Iran’s foreign ministry today said Tehran would not give up its nuclear programme, including uranium enrichment, despite international pressure to prove it is not developing ...  | Read.. 
Laura to mend US image
US First Lady Laura Bush will try to polish America’s international image, battered by disputes over the war in Iraq, when she visits Europe on a five-day-trip that began tod ...  | Read.. 
Blair proud and defiant
A defiant Tony Blair today said Britain had nothing to apologise for over his decision to join the US-led Iraqi war and pledged to push on with domestic reforms despite a col ...  | Read.. 
A man waits on the platform of Rome’s Termini station on Sunday. (AFP)
Pope’s prince list offers developing world hope
Ailing Pope John Paul today appointed 31 new cardinals, the elite “princes” of the Roman Catholic C..  | Read.. 
Country backlash sends Chicks to rock
The Dixie Chicks are in hot water again. ..  | Read.. 
Seven die in Taliban attack
Taliban guerrillas killed seven bodyguards of the governor ...  | Read..