The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Al Qaida spy chief killed in Pak swoop
Pakistani troops killed a spy chief in Osama bin Laden’s al Qaida network in a 12-day sweep on its desolate Afghan frontier, an army official said today, vowing to step up the hunt for Islamic militants. ...  | Read.. 
Mermaid surgery
The mermaid patron of a Polish coastal town faces plastic surgery after councillors decided her breasts were too small and hips too wide, a city official said today. ...  | Read.. 
Chirac in crisis after Left wins regional poll
French President Jacques Chirac held crisis talks with his Prime Minister today, under pressure to dismiss him and shake up the conservative government after a crushing defea ...  | Read.. 
Son told to give Sharon papers
The Supreme Court today ordered Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s son to hand over documents crucial to investigating corruption scandals that could topple the Israeli leader and ...  | Read.. 
Beyonce performs during a concert as part of the Ladies First Tour at the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. (Reuters)
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Peter Ustinov dies of heart failure
Oscar-winning British actor and playwright Peter Ustinov, one of the world’s best loved raconteurs ..  | Read.. 
Gasping Ireland stops smoking
Ireland became the first country in the world to outlaw cigarettes in all its restaurants and pubs ..  | Read.. 
US ties take Uzbek toll
At least 19 people were killed in a series of explosions an ...  | Read.. 

William prince of slopes, says Charles
Father and son took a break from racing down the slopes at ...  | Read.. 

Lanka poll body takes over state media
Sri Lanka’s election commission shocked the island today by ...  | Read.. 

Clarke card boomerangs on Bush
The White House may have mishandled accusations levelled by ...  | Read..