The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
New religious laws put UK Muslims in a quandary
Muslim groups were today unsure whether to welcome or oppose legislation they had themselves pressed for — making incitement to religious hatred a criminal offence. ...  | Read.. 
Killer flu strain returns to haunt Asia
The strain of bird flu which killed 24 people in Southeast Asia early this year has erupted again in Thailand and China, but authorities in both countries said today the outb ...  | Read.. 
Security law to tackle Iraq clashes unveiled
Iraq’s interim government announced a new security law giving itself wider counter-insurgency powers today as gunmen battled US troops and Iraqi forces in the heart of Baghda ...  | Read.. 
Scandal booms on Wall Street
A historic sex discrimination trial of Wall Street brokerage Morgan Stanley was delayed today until later this week when the firm will face claims it denied women promotions ...  | Read.. 
Tender touch: Ashley Judd talks to a patient during a visit to a hospice for people dying of AIDS in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The past and present of Ca ...  | Read
Valentino shows why he is king of Oscar night
Valentino is the king of Oscar-night dressing, and yesterday he showed guests, including talk show ..  | Read.. 
Jewels, curves in Galliano show
Screen sirens were given a royal makeover at the Christian Dior haute couture show yesterday, where..  | Read.. 
Woman bomber shatters Lanka lull
Five people were killed and 11 wounded when a suspected Tam ...  | Read.. 

Soviet polio drug infected by virus
Hundreds of millions of people in eastern Europe, Asia and ...  | Read.. 

Sweden not to sell fighters to Pak
in a setback to Pakistan’s efforts to get new generation Sw ...  | Read..