The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cleric arrested in UK, indicted in US
The US today charged a radical cleric held in London with trying to set up an al Qaida training camp in America and with hostage-taking, which could carry a death sentence. ...  | Read.. 
Caribbean flood toll rises to 2000
Rescue workers rushed to fly in drinking water, chlorine tablets and first-aid kits today to a remote Haitian town submerged by floods that killed an estimated 2,000 people o ...  | Read.. 
Political ploy in Qaida threat scare
A vague new US warning that al Qaida may be planning a massive attack smacks of political back-covering and campaigning, not just a call for heightened vigilance, analysts an ...  | Read.. 
Big Brother still watching
Nine months after Congress shut down a controversial Pentagon computer-surveillance programme, the US government continues to comb private records to sniff out suspicious act ...  | Read.. 
Robin (left) and Barry Gibb of the BeeGees hold their Commander of the Order of the British Empire medals at Buckingham Palace. (Reuters)
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Pervez lifts veil on Ďvery juniorí army plot
Pakistanís President and army chief, General Pervez Musharraf, said junior army and air force perso..  | Read.. 
Charles wanted to ditch Di in 5 yrs: Paper
Britainís late Princess Diana claimed Prince Charles made a secret pact with his father, allowing h..  | Read.. 
Impure Pak water kills 14
To err is human but the release of contaminated water, ...  | Read.. 

US agrees to Sadr truce offer
US forces agreed to a truce offered by Iraqi cleric Moqtada ...  | Read.. 

Liz painting
Film legend Elizabeth Taylor has asked a judge to declare h ...  | Read.. 

China rebels held before Tiananmen anniversary
Police in China have placed prominent dissidents under hous ...  | Read..