The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Iran mystery blast sends shockwaves
Iranian state television sent ripples through world financial markets today after it reported a powerful explosion near the town of Dailam, about 160 km from the oil state's only nuclear power plant. ...  | Read.. 
London caught in Nazi row
Prime Minister Tony Blair urged London's mayor today to apologise for 'Nazi' jibes which could threaten the city's bid to host the Olympic Games. ...  | Read.. 
Iraq crowd lynches suspected bomber
A crowd of Shias marking a religious ceremony spotted a suspected suicide bomber amongst them and, fearing he might blow himself up, beat the man to death, Iraqi police said ...  | Read.. 
Court strike at source of US press freedom
Two journalists must disclose conversations with their confidential sources to a grand jury investigating a leak that exposed the identity of a covert CIA operative, a US app ...  | Read.. 
Playacting' Actors Will Smith and Eva Mendes at a media meet to promote their film Hitch in Mexico City. (AP)
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Summers feels the heat at Harvard
At the first full faculty meeting since his controversial remarks a month ago on women in the f..  | Read.. 
Cat Stevens mauls UK papers
Yusuf Islam, the pop singer formerly known as Cat Stevens, said yesterday he had won substantial da..  | Read.. 
Prince saddles up for last hunt
The Prince of Wales went hunting for what, in all likelihoo ...  | Read.. 

Baby 81 turns Abilass
Sri Lanka's 'Baby 81' finally recovered his parents and nam ...  | Read..