The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Blast and 'peculiar cloud' over N. Korea
A huge explosion rocked North Korea last week but US and South Korean officials said today it was unlikely to have been a nuclear weapons test despite the appearance of a 'peculiar cloud' over the area. ...  | Read.. 
13 killed in Baghdad flare-up
A US helicopter gunship fired at Iraqis milling around a burning US vehicle in a Baghdad street today during fierce battles in which witnesses and officials said 13 people ha ...  | Read.. 
Carnage tests Karzai power
Seven supporters of an ousted Afghan governor were killed and 20 were wounded today in clashes with police and US troops after crowds torched UN offices, medics and witnesses ...  | Read.. 
Ivan ire hits Cayman
Hurricane Ivan, raking a trail of devastation through the Caribbean, bore down on the tiny Cayman Islands today after wrecking Jamaica and Grenada. ...  | Read.. 
Jennifer Hawkins, Australia's newly-crowned Miss Universe, with surf lifeguards in Sydney on Sunday. (AFP)
Marcos musical
Savoy bid
Android bids goodbye to Wars
Bidding goodbye to the gold robot after almost 30 years, Anthony Daniels shed a nostalgic tear for ..  | Read.. 
Venice: Film fest or folly'
The Venice Film Festival dazzled like never before this year with its string of Hollywood stars and..  | Read.. 
Pak Taliban fighters freed
Hundreds of Pakistanis who fought alongside the Taliban aga ...  | Read.. 

Canadian's Silver spoof on Bush
Describing his new film, Silver City, as part-murder ...  | Read.. 

Bruce beats Pope to peace
After months of debate in the divided city of Mostar, M ...  | Read..