The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US Qaida war not close to objective, say experts
Despite a massive manhunt and billions of dollars spent on manpower and equipment, the US war on al Qaida in Afghanistan and Pakistan is still a long way from achieving its objectives, security experts warned. ...  | Read.. 
Pak row over honour killings
A heated row in Pakistan’s parliament over “honour killings” this week underlined the difficulty the government faces in changing attitudes to a crime steeped in tribal custo ...  | Read.. 
Annan defends Qazi choice
UN secretary-general Kofi Annan has denied that he had appointed Pakistan’s ambassador to the US Ashraf Jehangir Qazi as his top envoy in Iraq with the understanding that Isl ...  | Read.. 
Aniston ready to get Derailed
Jennifer Aniston is about to get Derailed. ...  | Read.. 
A boy plays with a toy gun at the Mutanabi Street book market in Baghdad. The market is visited by hundreds of Iraqis who buy religious and political books that were once banned under the Saddam Hussein regime. (AFP)
Putin revives ‘Stalingrad’
A reference to Soviet dictator Josef Stalin is to appear on a Russian monument for the first time i..  | Read.. 
Watch movies, watch hormones
Watching a movie can boost hormone levels, making men and women feel more romantic ..  | Read.. 
Sadr condemns beheadings
Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who led an uprising against US ...  | Read.. 

FBI probes threat to Boston meet
The FBI said today it was investigating “unconfirmed inform ...  | Read.. 

US outlines case against UK radical
US government lawyers seeking to extradite a radical Muslim ...  | Read..