The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak raid on Qaida lairs traps Arabs
Pakistani troops backed by helicopters and artillery detained 25 people, including Arabs, in raids on hideouts of al Qaida and Taliban militants today in a remote tribal area near the Afghan border, officials said. ...  | Read.. 
UN seeks Iran nuke answers
The UN nuclear watchdog said today it still had questions about Iran’s nuclear programme despite what Tehran called a full disclosure last October, and diplomats said Iran wa ...  | Read.. 
Bush backs gay marriage ban
US President George W. Bush endorsed a constitutional amendment today that would ban gay marriage as he leaped into a contentious issue that could energise his conservative b ...  | Read.. 
Tape is back to taunt Bush
A top al Qaida leader warned US President George W. Bush in an audiotape broadcast today to prepare for more attacks on the US. ...  | Read.. 
A breeder carries a handful of dogs called Portugese Podengos at Green Park in London during the national launch of the Kennel Club’s Greatest Dog Show in the World. (AFP)
Alec, Kim spar in court
Former Hollywood celebrity couple Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger have been reunited —in a courtroom ..  | Read.. 
Putin displays confidence by purge
Russian President Vladimir Putin sacked his government today and pledged to appoint a team to overh..  | Read.. 
229 killed in Morocco’s worst quake
At least 229 people died when a powerful earthquake shook n ...  | Read..