The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Showdown in Iran after poll ‘coup’
Angry Iranian reformists led by the President launched a fight for their political survival today after a hardline watchdog barred thousands of liberal candidates from running in next month’s parliamentary elections. ...  | Read.. 
BBC host defends Arab remark
A talk-show host suspended for penning an anti-Arab newspaper article criticised the “bullying ethos of political correctness” and defended his right to free speech today. ...  | Read.. 
Spirit high on Mars, rover raring to roll
The US robotic rover on Mars completed its transformation from folded landing craft to mobile explorer earlier than expected and may roll off its landing pad as early as Tues ...  | Read.. 
Scorcher alert for Europe
Extreme summers and scorching heatwaves similar to the one that killed an estimated 20,000 people across Europe last summer could become more frequent in the future, climate ...  | Read.. 
Jackie Chan arrives to pay his respects to canto-pop diva and actress Anita Mui in Hong Kong on Sunday. Mui, Asia’s self-styled Madonna, died on Decem ...  | Read
Murder mystery
Open secret
True teacher
Soundbite soldier steps down
Colonel Tim Collins, who won worldwide renown for his rousing speech on the eve of the Iraq war..  | Read.. 
Pak intelligence officer held in Pervez probe
Pakistan police have detained a local intelligence official for allegedly tipping off the two suici..  | Read.. 
Anger over prisoner of war status for Saddam
Iraqi officials expressed fears that a Pentagon decision to ...  | Read.. 

Blair to quit if Hutton dubs him a liar
British Prime Minister Tony Blair said today he would resig ...  | Read.. 

Brazil fingerprints
Brazil said yesterday that it would continue fingerprinting ...  | Read.. 

Musharraf security revamp
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf’s personal security has ...  | Read..