The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US unsure if prison abuse is systemic
The top US military officer declined yesterday to rule out the possibility that US forces might be guilty of a pattern of abuse of prisoners in Iraq and elsewhere. ...  | Read.. 
Tigers ready for talks
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels said today they were ready to resume peace talks with the government if it accepts their proposal for power-sharing, a plan the President has p ...  | Read.. 
Historian wants to shut the doors on Morrison
The man in charge of preserving France’s most famous cemetery wishes that Jim Morrison would just go away. ...  | Read.. 
Sharon bid to assuage party
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said today he would amend his Gaza withdrawal plan to win over his Right-wing party after it overwhelmingly rejected the US-backed initiat ...  | Read.. 
Jordan’s King Abdullah II (left) greets California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in Amman on Monday. Schwarzenegger is on a private visit to the desert kingdom. (AFP)
Warning on worm spreading its net
The fast-spreading “Sasser” computer worm has infected hundreds of thousands of PCs globally and th..  | Read.. 
Madonna fights threat to privacy
Madonna and her film director husband Guy Ritchie begin a fight this week in a “nimby” protest — no..  | Read.. 
King blinks in Nepal stand-off
Nepal’s king, facing protests over his suspension of democr ...  | Read.. 

Pak car bomb kills 3 Chinese
A powerful car bomb exploded at one of Pakistan’s biggest c ...  | Read..