The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush 'poll-troops' storm hits Blair
British Prime Minister Tony Blair last night stood accused of conspiring to use British troops in Iraq as a 'political gesture' to help George W. Bush in the US presidential election. ...  | Read.. 
Great Afghan toss-up
There is this tale of a Pathan crossing the Khyber Pass from his village deep in the folds of the Hindukush's lunarscape. Tired after days and nights on horseback, dodging hid ...  | Read.. 
JFK aide dies
Pierre Salinger, press secretary to the late US Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson and a distinguished journalist, died of a heart attack on Saturday, his family s ...  | Read.. 
Vikings in Pole vault
Denmark has launched an extraordinary bid for ownership of the North Pole, one of the world's last untapped sources of oil and natural gas. ...  | Read.. 
Nepalis at a ceremony in Kathmandu on Sunday to remember victims of the conflict with Maoists. (Reuters)
Govt tried to kill reporter, says former BBC boss
Greg Dyke, former director general of the BBC, has claimed that the government 'tried to kill' Andr..  | Read.. 
Leave me alone: Law
British actor Jude Law attacked the tabloid press today and said newspaper editors should realise t..  | Read.. 
Kerry narrows Bush lead
Democratic challenger John Kerry cut President George W. Bu ...  | Read..