The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Chilling message to foreigners
Three Japanese hostages were freed in Iraq today, but the murders of an Iranian diplomat and an Italian captive were chilling proof of the risks foreigners face as rebels battle the US-led occupation. ...  | Read.. 
Horror, outrage sweeps Italy
The killing of a hostage in Iraq provoked horror and outrage in Italy today as politicians closed ranks around the government’s commitment to keep troops in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Cries of joy, relief in Japan
Three Japanese civilians taken captive in Iraq exactly one week ago were freed today, prompting cries of joy from their families in Tokyo and a sigh of relief from government ...  | Read.. 
China top general held for bribery
Chinese authorities have taken a top People’s Liberation Army general into custody on suspicion of accepting bribes from subordinates seeking promotions or transfers, a milit ...  | Read.. 
(Top) Al Jazeera TV pictures show private security guard Fabrizio Quattrocchi, who was killed by his captors, and Japanese civilians Nahoko Takato (above left) and Noriaki Imai, who were released. (AFP, Reuters)
Loos keeps vital parts for court
David Beckham’s former personal assistant said in an interview being aired today she is ready to te..  | Read.. 
Osama tape tries to split US, Europe
An audio tape purportedly by Osama bin Laden and aired on Arab TV today offered a truce to European..  | Read.. 
Basinger to sell jewellery for animals
Actress Kim Basinger will auction off her 3.7-carat diamond ...  | Read.. 

Wana troops push
The Pakistani army sent more troops to prepare for a fresh ...  | Read..