The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Hope springs from horror
A senior Iranian official said today Washington’s decision to ease some sanctions on Tehran to speed humanitarian relief to quake victims was a goodwill gesture that Iran would respond to in kind. ...  | Read.. 
Miracle rises from quake rubble
At first they thought he was dead, but as they dug through the ruins, the rescuers realised the young man lying alongside six corpses was blinking and mumbling. ...  | Read.. 
Willie war protest
Country music icon Willie Nelson has written a Christmas song with an edge — a protest against the war in Iraq that he hopes will stir passions in those who hear it. ...  | Read.. 
Pope calls for new world order
The world needs a “new international order” to solve its conflicts and ensure peace, Pope John Paul said in his New Year’s Day address today. ...  | Read.. 
A child cries during a funeral service for 18 family members at a cemetery in Bam. (AFP)
America stomachs new year of fear
The US began 2004 tranquilly, calmly accepting extremely tight security to thwart any terror attack..  | Read.. 
Jolie gifts cows to Cambodia
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is funding a programme to donate cows to poverty-stricken Cambodia..  | Read.. 
Koizumi in shrine strife
Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi visited a controversial sh ...  | Read.. 

Democracy rally in HK
Tens of thousands of people streamed into Hong Kong streets ...  | Read.. 
BA flight held
US security officials detained a British Airways Boeing 747 ...  | Read.. 

Karzai rivals reject vote
Up to a quarter of the 502 delegates thrashing out a new Af ...  | Read..