The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Deadly run-up to Iraq polls
Insurgents dragged three employees of Iraq's Electoral Commission from a car in Baghdad today and shot them dead, the latest in a series of attacks designed to disrupt efforts to hold the January 30 election. ...  | Read.. 
Letter 'bomb' on Rumsfeld
US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld did not personally sign his name on letters of condolence to families of troops killed in Iraq but instead had it done by a machine, an a ...  | Read.. 
Myanmar in spy cell shake-up
The deputy chief and several officers of Myanmar's intelligence service have been ordered to retire in a continuing shake-up of the counry's spy agency, a former military ...  | Read.. 
Meteor shock for Jakarta
Several loud blasts believed to be caused by a meteor shower echoed across the Indonesian capital Jakarta and nearby towns early today, startling residents who reported seein ...  | Read.. 
A sequence of pictures shows (upper left) US Marine Ryan P. Shane pulling a fatally wounded comrade to safety while under fire in Falluja; (upper rig ...  | Read
Hijack hoax
Taxing times
Not revenge, says Blunkett lover
David Blunkett's former lover Kimberly Quinn says it was never her intention to force the forme..  | Read.. 
'Voice of angel' falls silent
Italian soprano Renata Tebaldi, one of the great post-World War II opera divas who Arturo Toscanini..  | Read.. 
Yukos core goes to dark horse
Little-known company Baikal Finance Group was declared winn ...  | Read.. 

Pervez plan under fire
Islamists vowed today to resist plans by Pakistan's Preside ...  | Read.. 

Nepal ambush kills 10 soldiers
Nepal's Maoist rebels ambushed an army patrol in the east o ...  | Read..