The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
American television behind Iraq curtain
The entire world yesterday saw grisly images of four Americans shot, beaten or burnt to death in Iraq, their bodies dragged across the streets of Fallujah. But not television viewers in the US. ...  | Read.. 
Canada link to UK terror group
British police said today they are working with Canadian authorities after a software developer was charged in Ottawa with aiding a “terrorist group” in Britain and Canada. ...  | Read.. 
Gyanendra urged to fire royalist PM in huge rally
About 30,000 people rallied in the Nepali capital today to press King Gyanendra to fire a royalist Prime Minister and form an all-party government in the biggest anti-king ra ...  | Read.. 
Karzai dress sense hailed by designer
German fashion designer Wolfgang Joop praised Hamid Karzai for his impeccable dress sense and said other world leaders could learn a style lesson or two from the elegant Afgh ...  | Read.. 
Charlize Theron at the London premiere of Monster. (Reuters)
Falluja still fumes: They got what they deserved
The burned and mutilated bodies of four Americans paraded on the streets have gone but they are sti..  | Read.. 
Pak bomber in net, Jamali smoke rises
Pakistani police arrested a suspected Islamic militant with explosives today and some officials sai..  | Read.. 
Key Tamil party to play kingmaker
A Tamil rebel-backed party could hold the key to forming Sr ...  | Read.. 

Bush was lax on terror, finds poll
Most Americans agree with a former White House counterterro ...  | Read.. 

Pension joke
How’s this for a government pension scheme: In lieu of paym ...  | Read.. 

Planned US sale of radar to Taiwan angers China
China scolded the US today for its planned sale of long-ran ...  | Read.. 

Scammer gets trapped in scam
Sometimes the scammer just turns out to become, well, the s ...  | Read..