The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Boat onslaught on Iraq lifeline
Suicide bombers launched three boat attacks on Iraq’s vital Basra oil export terminal yesterday, killing three members of US-led forces and forcing the facility to close. ...  | Read.. 
Blast victims suffer in silence
Injured children moaning in pain and burn victims with blackened faces were among those being treated in a poorly equipped North Korean hospital after a deadly train blast in ...  | Read.. 
Garner hopes to quell Fire
After years of kicking guys’ butts on the television show Alias, Jennifer Garner takes on romance film 13 Going on 30, but make no mistake she is still looking ...  | Read.. 
UN nuclear sting in war on malaria
The UN is harnessing nuclear technology to try to eradicate the mosquitoes whose bite transmits malaria, a deadly disease devastating the African continent. ...  | Read.. 
A building destroyed by the April 22 explosion at a railway station in Ryongchon. (AFP)
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Manchester mauls anti-settler leader
Demonstrators protesting against a visit to Britain by French anti-immigration campaigner Jean-Mari..  | Read.. 
Sectarian violence erupts in Indonesia, 10 dead
At least 10 people were killed and nearly 90 wounded today as Muslim and Christian residents of the..  | Read.. 
Dhaka strike
Bangladesh’s main Opposition Awami League party has called ...  | Read.. 

WHO team for China
Concerned by the spurt in Sars cases, the World Health Orga ...  | Read..