The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tanks to crush Saddam roadshows
Tanks rolled out on to the streets of Tikrit today, as a message that the US army would not tolerate shows of support for Saddam Hussein in the captured President’s home town. ...  | Read.. 
Bill blow to Berlusconi
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was reeling from a new blow today after Italy’s President rejected a bill relaxing limits on media ownership, which critics say was tailor-ma ...  | Read.. 
Al Qaida hand suspected in Musharraf blast
Pakistani authorities suspect the hand of al Qaida may be behind a weekend bid to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf, officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Euro powers to offer debt relief
A German government spokesman said today that Germany, France and the US agreed they were prepared to offer substantial debt relief to Iraq to aid the country’s reconstructio ...  | Read.. 
Good morning, Baghdad: US comedian Robin Williams entertains US troops at Baghdad airport on Tuesday. (Reuters)
Sister smells drugs
Jordan papers
Iran ire
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Hint of foreign judges at trial
A new Iraqi war crimes court will not be ready to try Saddam Hussein for months and could let judge..  | Read.. 
The evocative history of the military ‘spider hole’
Even in an age fraught with military euphemisms, when phrases such as “high value target” and “impr..  | Read.. 
Veil lifts on Israel plot to kill tyrant at funeral
Israeli commandos planned to assassinate Saddam Hussein at ...  | Read.. 

Vatican rage at ‘cow’ parade
A top Vatican official said today he felt pity and compassi ...  | Read..