The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US scraps Texas firm’s Iraq deal
A US military energy unit announced yesterday that it was taking over the task of providing fuel for Iraq, ending a Pentagon deal with Vice-President Dick Cheney’s former company Halliburton amid allegations of price gouging by the Texas-based energy services giant. ...  | Read.. 
New year blast
A suspected suicide bomb tore apart a Baghdad restaurant crowded with new year revellers on Wednesday, killing at least five people. ...  | Read.. 
Eye on the skies as party rolls
Warplanes patrolled American skies and international airlines placed sky marshals on some flights today as fears of a terrorist attack cast a giant shadow over New Year’s cel ...  | Read.. 
Best buddies turn foul foes
Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera aren’t exactly in the same Mickey Mouse club anymore. ...  | Read.. 
Montevideo residents run to avoid getting soaked in the city’s financial district during celebrations marking the end of the year. Each year on the la ...  | Read
Blair cartoon
Monica fees
Dog’s day
Monster maiden make-up wins rave reviews
For actress Charlize Theron, turning ugly for her role in Monster was reasonably easy: a lit..  | Read.. 
China bans appetite spoiler ads
China is ringing in the new year by banning television advertising for sanitary towels, haemorrhoid..  | Read.. 
Fatal protest
At least five Iraqis were killed and more than 20 wounded t ...  | Read.. 

Email fraud floods Bank of England
The Bank of England became the latest victim of email f ...  | Read.. 

Israel unveils proposal to expand Golan settlements
Israel disclosed plans today to expand Jewish settlement in ...  | Read.. 

Jail for China balloon brigade
A Chinese court sentenced an American and a New Zealander t ...  | Read.. 

Saviour in Stars & Stripes ‘Satan’
The Stars and Stripes received a rare welcome in Iran today ...  | Read..