The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pervez desperate for US support: Imran
Imran Khan, the former cricketer-turned politician, said today in London that ordinary Pakistanis were unimpressed with their government’s fight against terrorism and believed that President Pervez Musharraf was motivated more by a desire to please the Americans. ...  | Read.. 
Iran headgear crackdown
Nearly 200 Iranian women wearing head coverings considered insufficient under the country’s Islamic code have been arrested, newspapers reported today. ...  | Read.. 
Da Vinci Code sparks a pilgrimage
Edna Smith was doing a brisk trade in the Rosslyn Chapel gift shop yesterday. Among the popular staples of silver Celtic jewellry and souvenir videos being snapped up by ...  | Read.. 
Iraq offers limited amnesty to rebels
Iraq’s Prime Minister announced a limited amnesty for Iraqi insurgents today and extended an olive branch to radical Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, whose loyalists have staged ...  | Read.. 
Princess Caroline (right) with Woody Allen at the annual Red Cross Ball in Monaco. (AFP)
‘Beheaded’ American speaks up
A tech-savvy young San Francisco man who staged his own mock beheading on the Internet duped intern..  | Read.. 
UK chooses its national fool
Nigel Roder beat six rivals by public acclaim today to become England’s first official jester for m..  | Read.. 
Hilton home burgled
The Hollywood home shared by celebrity socialites Paris and ...  | Read.. 

Key Pak Qaida man arrested
A senior al Qaida operative who knew Osama bin Laden and wa ...  | Read.. 

Donald Duck
Donald Duck is finally getting some respect. The famous hot ...  | Read..