The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Unrepentant Blair opts for spy agency reforms
British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced reforms to government and spy agencies today to try to quell a furore over a damning report into flawed intelligence on Iraqi weapons. ...  | Read.. 
Palestine PM to stay on
The Palestinian cabinet failed today to resolve a leadership crisis as Prime Minister Ahmed Qurie agreed to stay on for now but kept a threat to quit “because he has no power ...  | Read.. 
Sharon urged to clarify
France said today it was still waiting for Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to explain a call for French Jews to emigrate immediately to Israel, but signalled it wanted to ...  | Read.. 
Iran calls 9/11 links ‘fantasy’
Iran dismissed as “fabrication and fantasy” today US suggestions that it may have been involved in the September 11 attacks in New York and Washington. ...  | Read.. 
Radhika Acharya (left) is reunited with her daughter Bhavana who was rescued by the army after she and 49 others were kidnapped by Maoists from Chaimale village, 26 km southwest of Kathmandu. (AFP)
Hitler rebels honoured
Sixty years after a failed bid by German officers to kill Adolf Hitler, Chancellor Gerhard Schroede..  | Read.. 
  Jackson to be father of 4, says report
Pop star Michael Jackson, facing a trial on child molestation charges, is about to become a father ..  | Read.. 
Pak troops ‘flush out’ militants in tribal area
Pakistani troops forced al Qaida-linked militants from moun ...  | Read..