The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pervez smells something on border
Pakistan acknowledged today that suspected al Qaida and Taliban militants might be using its territory to launch attacks inside Afghanistan. ...  | Read.. 
Pig lard ploy to deter bombers
Israeli police have come up with plans to place bags of pig lard on buses in a bid to deter Palestinian militants from carrying out suicide attacks, the Maariv daily r ...  | Read.. 
Therapeutic cloning moves from theory to reality
South Korean and US researchers said yesterday they had cloned a human embryo and extracted from it sought-after cells called embryonic stem cells. ...  | Read.. 
Russia defies US on Iran deal
Russia said today it planned to sign a deal with Iran next month to ship nuclear fuel for Iran’s power plant, defying US pressure on Moscow to sever nuclear ties with the Isl ...  | Read.. 
Round Robin: Mira Sorvino and Robin Williams during the presentation of their film The Final Cut at the 54th Berlin Film Festival. (AFP)
WHO tests show flu not passing to humans
Genetic tests showed no evidence a deadly bird flu that has killed 19 people in Asia was passing fr..  | Read.. 
Hillary muscles into guys list
US Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has been called many things: a savvy politician, a devoted wife. ..  | Read.. 
UN envoy, Shia cleric agree on Iraq polls
A senior UN envoy said today he had agreed with Iraq’s top ...  | Read.. 

Clashes erupt in Dhaka
The Bangladesh Opposition Awami League called for another s ...  | Read.. 

Blair plots a way forward
British Prime Minister Tony Blair launched a concerted atte ...  | Read.. 

Headshaker makes Colin lose cool on Capitol
Secretary of state Colin L. Powell, a retired four-star ...  | Read..