The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pak grapples with Iraq dilemma
Pakistan has discussed sending troops to Iraq as part of an Islamic force but has not made any decision, officials said today, as outrage welled up in the country over the killing of two citizens held hostage in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Musharraf got my son killed, cries mother
Wails of anguish and anger rose from the homes of the Pakistani hostages killed in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
8-yr-olds can also wear lenses: Study
Children as young as eight can handle the responsibility of wearing contact lenses, US researchers reported yesterday, opposing conventional wisdom of optometrists that child ...  | Read.. 
Pak arrests $25-m Qaida militant
Pakistan said today it had arrested a senior al Qaida figure wanted for the 1998 bombings of two US embassies in Africa that killed hundreds of people. ...  | Read.. 
An Iraqi official shows a finger clamp in Baghdad which was used by Saddam Hussein’s eldest son, Uday, to punish athletes, especially football players, whose performance failed to meet his expectations. (AFP)
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DNA structure co-founder dead
Francis Crick, who helped discover the double helix shape of DNA, has died at the age of 88, his fa..  | Read.. 
Keira to stop traffic in UK town
Residents of a picturesque town are facing weeks of traffic delays when filming starts for a ne..  | Read.. 
Defiant Iran resumes nuke testing
Iran has defied international pressure and resumed testing ...  | Read.. 

Meet on Iraq future put off
A major political conference to chart Iraq’s path to democr ...  | Read.. 

Moore film screened near Bush ranch
Hundreds of people gathered in a rural parking lot near US ...  | Read..