The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Putin happy with meet despite clash
Russian President Vladimir Putin said today he was satisfied with the results of a summit in the Slovak capital with President George W. Bush despite a clash over Moscow's democratic credentials. ...  | Read.. 
Press piqued
Incensed by US talk of a lack of press freedom in Russia, two Russian reporters tried to turn the tables on President George W. Bush during his summit news conference with Vl ...  | Read.. 
Pope breathes unaided
Pope John Paul spent a restful night in hospital after throat surgery and was breathing unassisted but doctors have advised him not to speak for several days, the Vatican sai ...  | Read.. 
Anglican church rift over gays
The worldwide Anglican church headed down the road to schism today after US and Canadian clerics were asked to withdraw from key Anglican meetings in a deepening row over ga ...  | Read.. 
US First Lady Laura Bush (left) and Russian President Vladimir Putin's wife Ludmila in Bratislava. (AFP)
Lanka govt in minority
Sri Lanka's ruling alliance lost its majority in parliament today after a Tamil political party wit..  | Read.. 
Anna's stalker told: stay 1000 feet away
A homeless man accused of stalking the tennis player Anna Kournikova has been ordered by a judg..  | Read.. 
Asia pleads for bird flu help
Asian countries battling a bird flu virus that threatens to ...  | Read..