The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Terror targets houses of God & wealth
Car bombs exploded outside at least five Christian churches in Iraq today, killing more than a dozen people and wounding many more in an apparently coordinated attack timed to coincide with evening prayers. ...  | Read.. 
Pak scanner on insider angle
Pakistan is trying to verify a claim by al Qaida that it carried out the recent suicide attack on Prime Minister-designate Shaukat Aziz. Investigators have not ruled out invo ...  | Read.. 
Greece gears up for D-Day
Europe’s biggest and longest peacetime security operation went into force today when “no go” areas were imposed in Athens for the Olympic Games starting later this month. ...  | Read.. 
Threat to US money citadels
The US raised the security alert level to high for the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in Washington, the New York Stock Exchange and companies in the New Yor ...  | Read.. 
An image from a private Pakistani TV channel shows the alleged suicide bomber (in circle) approaching finance minister Shaukat Aziz’s car moments bef ...  | Read
Picnicker on prowl
Fishy vows
Stressed out
Get set to munch on Dracula’s diet
It has always been the staple and highly nutritious food of vampires even if a diet consisting enti..  | Read.. 
Special ‘relationship’ behind US West Asia policy
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Vatican paper irks women
Women have reacted with anger and amusement to a Vatican do ...  | Read.. 

124 killed in Paraguay fire
At least 124 people have died after a fire swept through a ...  | Read.. 

Blair on course for third term: Opinion poll
British Prime Minister Tony Blair seems to have survived th ...  | Read.. 

Fahrenheit too hot for Kuwait
Kuwait, a major US ally in the Gulf, has banned Michael Moo ...  | Read.. 

Degree-for-cash scandal in UK
A degree-for-cash racket, featuring some big names , has co ...  | Read..