The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq horrors in US army report
Iraqi prisoners faced numerous “sadistic, blatant and wanton criminal abuses” by US soldiers, including sodomy and beatings, according to a US army report quoted by the New Yorker magazine. ...  | Read.. 
Bid to resume Lanka talks
Norwegian peace envoys met Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga today in a fresh bid to jump-start stalled peace talks between the government and Tamil rebels and end d ...  | Read.. 
Maldives’ coral reefs spring back to life
Scientists in the Maldives watched spellbound under the full moon as reproducing corals ejected pink-orange eggs and bundles of sperm — proof the islands’ endangered reefs ar ...  | Read.. 
Saddam takes up the pen
Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is writing a novel in which he casts himself as the hero and President George W. Bush as a villain, a newspaper report said here. ...  | Read.. 
Actors Goldie Hawn (left) and her daughter Kate Hudson with Robert De Niro at the premiere of Raising Helen at the 2004 Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Saturday. (Reuters)
Music of love
Brave talk
Prince pardon
Laden link in Thai attack
Separatism is not driving violence in southern Thailand, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said yes..  | Read.. 
Roddick to the rescue
A fire swept through a luxury Rome hotel yesterday, killing a Canadian couple and an American, and ..  | Read.. 
Israelis find idyllic love through the Internet
Imagine — an endless “black book” of potential dates, one w ...  | Read.. 

Western scare in Saudi strike
A Western engineering firm said today it was evacuating all ...  | Read.. 

Ex-Saddam aide not in charge of Falluja
Gen. Jasim Mohamed Saleh, a former general in Saddam Hussei ...  | Read..