The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Kerry pressure corners Bush on 9/11
The White House said today it was possible President George W. Bush could be questioned longer than an hour he agreed to by a commission investigating the September 11, 2001, attacks, an apparent concession that came after criticism from Democrat John Kerry. ...  | Read.. 
Genetic crops get UK nod
Britain gave a thumbs up today for commercial planting of genetically modified (GM) maize, risking a backlash from environmentalists and a sceptical public despite setting st ...  | Read.. 
Congo twist to jet puzzle
A plane seized in Zimbabwe carrying 64 people whom the Harare government suspects of being mercenaries was bound for the Democratic Republic of Congo to provide security guar ...  | Read.. 
Iran threat to UN agency
Angered by tough remarks by the head of the UNís atomic watchdog, conservative Iranian politicians warned that Tehran may cease cooperation with nuclear inspectors, newspaper ...  | Read.. 
Penelope Cruz poses during the presentation of her latest film Non ti muovere (Donít Move) by Italian director and actor Sergio Castellito. (AFP)
Pak reply to India deal: all-city missile
Pakistan today test-fired a new nuclear-capable ballistic missile with a range of up to 2,500 km th..  | Read.. 
Gloves are off in battle for America
Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry blasted the White House yesterday for ďbad, rushed dec..  | Read.. 
Washington sniper gets death
A judge sentenced John Muhammad to death today for one of 1 ...  | Read.. 

Clash of alien identities
A Harvard professor has sparked a heated debate with a book ...  | Read.. 

Hint of reform in Russia reshuffle
Russian President Vladimir Putin today strengthened the han ...  | Read..