The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Baghdad bleeds without pause
A suicide car bomb killed 47 people at an army recruitment centre in Baghdad today, taking the death toll to about 100 in two attacks on Iraqis working with the U.S. occupation forces within 24 hours. ...  | Read.. 
Flu found in Delaware flock again
A bird flu virus has been discovered in a second chicken flock in Delaware, sparking concerns the outbreak could seriously threaten the mid-Atlantic region’s poultry industry ...  | Read.. 
Murder blows up in Pervez face
A Pakistani villager shot dead his sister and brother-in-law for marrying without family consent, police said today, the latest in an endless string of so-called “honour kill ...  | Read.. 
Chandrika wields broom
Sri Lanka’s President sacked 39 junior ministers today, tightening the screws on the Prime Minister in the run-up to general elections that will be fought over how to make pe ...  | Read.. 
Dog-eared: Daniel, an English Springer Spaniel, waits to be groomed before a competition at the Westminster Kennel Club Show in New York. (AFP)
Bush truth on army duty out
US President George W. Bush was absent for long periods of his final two years of National Guard du..  | Read.. 
Microsoft admits flaw in most Windows systems
Microsoft Corp. said today a “critical” flaw in most versions of its flagship Windows operating sys..  | Read.. 
Gaza battles
Israeli troops killed at least 13 Palestinians in the Gaza ...  | Read.. 

Crash forces visa rule change
The United Arab Emirates said today it would cancel a rule ...  | Read..