The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
America’s new terror: almanacs
Amid heightened indications that al Qaida operatives may be planning catastrophic attacks in the US, the FBI is warning police about a new potential tool for terrorism: almanacs. ...  | Read.. 
Scholar support to scarf curb
The French government and the Muslim world’s most prestigious centre of Islamic learning found common ground today on a contentious French law which would stop Muslim girls w ...  | Read.. 
Letter bombs for EU
Investigators said today four letter bombs delivered in four days to top European Union officials and EU bodies involved in crime-fighting came from Bologna in Italy. ...  | Read.. 
Pak love story unveiled in Indian school
A Pakistani boy was held in Riyadh for masquerading as a woman to meet a girl studying in International Indian School in the Saudi capital. ...  | Read.. 
Dazzle the Dalmatian, an 18-metre balloon, peers between the columns of the National Gallery at Trafalgar Square in London on Tuesday. Dazzle will be amoung the 7,500 performers from a dozen nations taking part in the New Year’s Day parade in London. (AFP)
Buy Britain for $8 trillion
Want to buy a largish island off France' ..  | Read.. 
Pressure mounts on Bush to ban sick cattle
The Bush administration faced growing political pressure over America’s first case of mad cow disea..  | Read.. 
Israel orders settlement eviction
Israeli soldiers posted eviction orders today at four unaut ...  | Read.. 

US aid not to alter ties: Iran
President Mohammad Khatami said today US aid to earthquake ...  | Read.. 

Scandal sucks in Parmalat family
Italian magistrates questioned Parmalat’s founder, his son ...  | Read.. 

Hunt for a word bigger than disaster
The death toll in Iran’s earthquake could jump to 50,000, o ...  | Read..