The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mass exodus fear stalks hostage-hit Riyadh
Saudi and US authorities are working closely to locate an American engineer who al Qaida said it had kidnapped after it killed another US national in the capital Riyadh, security sources said today. ...  | Read.. 
Art heir probes Picasso sale
A descendant of the original owners of the $104-million Picasso that became the world’s most expensive painting last month is consulting lawyers to establish how his fami ...  | Read.. 
Voter apathy in last lap of EU polls
Europeans were today completing the election of the first EU parliament since the bloc’s expansion, but with a lack of enthusiasm that spelled trouble for many domestic gover ...  | Read.. 
Million-dollar Qaida suspect in Pakistan net
Pakistan arrested an al Qaida suspect with a $1-million reward on his head, and eight other militants suspected of carrying out an attack on the Karachi military commander la ...  | Read.. 
Ali Salameh, 26, son of assassinated Palestine Liberation Organisation intelligence chief Ali Hassan Salameh (known as Abu Hassan), with his mother an ...  | Read
Mad over mice
Space slice
Scientists get serious about a laugh
Scientists have developed what they claim is the mathematical formula for the perfect joke. ..  | Read.. 
Tigers reject Chandrika offer
Tamil Tiger rebels accused Sri Lanka’s President today of being “duplicitous” and rejected her term..  | Read.. 
Assassins strike again in Iraq
A suicide car bomber killed up to 12 Iraqis near a US-Iraqi ...  | Read..