The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Suicide blasts smash Basra calm, 68 die
Suicide bombers killed at least 68 people, 17 of them children incinerated in minibuses taking them to school, in coordinated strikes on police stations in Iraq’s mainly Shia city of Basra today. ...  | Read.. 
Glamour, youth at Cannes
Hollywood stars from Charlize Theron to Brad Pitt guarantee glamour on the red carpet at next month’s Cannes film festival but they will share the spotlight with a strong lin ...  | Read.. 
Bush niece on UN hunger mission
President George W. Bush’s fashion model niece went to work for the UN yesterday to urge young Americans to do more to stop hunger around the world. ...  | Read.. 
Poland mulls pullout but not without US approval
Poland said today it was reviewing its position in Iraq but would not pull its troops out suddenly or without Washington’s approval. ...  | Read.. 
Miss Afghanistan Esmaele Zohre (left) and Miss Germany Ann-Cathrin Schmidt pose during the swimsuit event of the Queen of the World beauty pageant in ...  | Read
Maltese return
Silent curse
Car bombing rocks Riyadh
A suicide car bomber destroyed a Saudi security forces building in the capital today, killing a sen..  | Read.. 
Bush, Cheney to appear before 9/11 panel
US President George W. Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney will answer questions together and in pr..  | Read.. 
Israel’s ‘atomic spy’ released
Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu emerged defi ...  | Read.. 

Swarovski blazes new trail in chandeliers
You’re swirling around the ballroom, colourful skirts shimm ...  | Read.. 

Wana tribals to help in development, says Kasuri
Using local tribesmen to search for al Qaida and Taliban mi ...  | Read..