The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
War rules broken in Falluja: Amnesty
The rules of war protecting civilians and wounded combatants have been broken by both sides in the week-long assault on the Iraqi city of Falluja, the human rights group Amnesty International said today. ...  | Read.. 
Bush and Blair branded destroyers of language
The English language is being destroyed by a 'deadly virus of management speak' which has infected the mouths and minds of politicians like Tony Blair and George W. Bush, a l ...  | Read.. 
France's 'Watergate' trial begins
One of the darkest chapters of late French President Francois Mitterrand's rule finally made it to court today as 12 men went on trial for a 1980s wiretap scandal reminiscent ...  | Read.. 
Police officer starts 'charity' for snipers
Looking for a cause with a difference' Adopt a sniper. A Texas police Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) officer is running a charity for frontline snipers in Iraq and Afghan ...  | Read.. 
Annette Bening at the British premiere of her latest film Being Julia in London. (AFP)
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Tom to crack the Code
Tom Hanks is expected to step into the scholarly shoes of Robert Langdon, the professor who unr..  | Read.. 
UK trial with camera in court
Television cameras will film in an English court for the first time this week as the government con..  | Read.. 
Chip to keep tabs on Viagra
Viagra, the blockbuster impotence pill that is copied and c ...  | Read..