The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Spain wages war, at home and abroad
The suspected Tunisian ringleader of last month’s Madrid train bombings blew himself up with at least three accomplices after police cornered them in a suburban Madrid apartment, officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
25 killed in Iraq clashes
Spanish-led troops and Iraqi police fought a three-hour gun battle with Shia militiamen near Najaf that left 20 Iraqis and four Salvadoran soldiers dead today, witnesses and ...  | Read.. 
Nothing to hide, Iran tells UN
Iran, under renewed pressure to prove it is not seeking an atomic bomb, today said it had no clandestine nuclear sites hidden from UN inspectors. ...  | Read.. 
White House readies 9/11 comb
The White House will vet “line by line” the report of an independent commission investigating the September 11, 2001, attacks before it is publicly released, the commission ...  | Read.. 
Britney Spears performs in Toronto on Saturday. (AP)
China rivals reach for the skies
Soaring towers are a potent symbol of a city’s claim to modernity. So it is little surprise tha..  | Read.. 
US, Afghan troops set for Qaida
Afghan and US forces will soon launch an attack on al Qaida militants who fled from an offensive in..  | Read.. 
Suharto’s ex-party casts cloud on Megawati fate
The former party of ousted autocrat Suharto is set to win t ...  | Read.. 

‘Ignorant imams’ irk British MP
“Prejudiced and ignorant” imams are doing great harm to Bri ...  | Read.. 

Gunmen kill Karachi cops
At least 10 gunmen stormed into a police station in the sou ...  | Read.. 

Chandrika group needs a crutch
Sri Lanka was left with a hung parliament today that may de ...  | Read..