The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Worm writer was helping mother
A German whizz-kid who confessed to writing a crippling computer worm that caused chaos around the world may have been trying to help his mother’s small “PC Help” business, state prosecutors said today....  | Read.. 
Verbs vanish in novel attempt
First, there was the novel written without using the letter “e”. Now a French author has produced what he claims is the ...  | Read.. 
Towers of greed and gluttony
Draped in glass with a soft aquamarine tint, and commanding uninterrupted views of the Empire State Building and the Sta ...  | Read.. 
French bid to douse Cannes fireworks
French officials sought today to appease angry show business workers who threaten to disrupt the Cannes film festival, as wo ...  | Read.. 
School’s out forever
Fourteen-year-old Nupur and her younger sister, 12-year-old Diya, have just moved into an apartment block in Bangalore from Dubai with their family. It’s their first week in t...  | Read.. 
Coffee break: Love, actually
There is something strangely paradoxical about emotional blackmail. The motivation for it is an overwhelming love, yet the exercise of it demonstrates an unparalleled selfishn...  | Read.. 
My 17-year-old daughter was prescribed an antidepressant containing paroxetine by a psychiatrist for depression. After taking it for three weeks, she became much worse, tur...  | Read.. 
Brad Pitt with Australian actor Rose Byrne at the Europe premiere of their film Troja (Troy) in Berlin. (AFP)