The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bloodbath puts glare on Putin policy
The sound of weeping mothers who lost their sons and daughters in Russia’s school siege drifted out of the homes of Beslan today as the first burials were held for some of the 338 people killed. ...  | Read.. 
Bangla blast greets US emissary
Two people were killed and 10 wounded in a bomb blast in northeastern Bangladesh today, in the latest of a series of attacks that have killed at least 107 people in the count ...  | Read.. 
Florida reels in Frances fury
Hurricane Frances roared into eastern Florida with stinging rains and fierce winds that ripped away roofs, trees and boat moorings and cut power to 1.3 million homes and busi ...  | Read.. 
Typhoon lashes Japan
High winds and heavy rain lashed Japan’s southernmost prefecture of Okinawa today, swamping buildings and stranding holidaymakers, as the third powerful typhoon in three week ...  | Read.. 
Actor Matt Damon (right) and producer Patrick Crowley at a screening of the film The Bourne Supremacy at the 30th Deauville American film festival on Sunday. (AFP)
Novel nuptial
Trump card
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Flowers, fan mail for Clinton
All at once the city’s most famous hospital patient, former President Clinton received flowers, bal..  | Read.. 
Raid adds to chaos in Palestine
Masked gunmen briefly seized the Palestinian governor’s office in a southern Gaza Strip town today,..  | Read.. 
Three die in Saudi clash
Three members of Saudi Arabia’s security forces were killed ...  | Read.. 

Nepal peace rally
About 4,000 people from various religious groups took out a ...  | Read.. 

Siege shadow on Kremlin
The bloody end to a school siege by Chechen gunmen throws i ...  | Read.. 

Iraq claims capture of Saddam ‘iceman’
Iraqi and US forces arrested a man believed to be the most ...  | Read..