The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Alarm at Asian flu virus despatch to labs
The killer 'Asian' flu virus, sent to laboratories around the world as part of routine test kits, could trigger a pandemic if it escapes, but the chances of that are low, the World Health Organisation said today. ...  | Read.. 
Microsoft security flaws
Microsoft Corp. yesterday warned of five new 'critical'-rated security flaws in its Windows, Internet Explorer, Word and Messenger software programmes that could allow attack ...  | Read.. 
Piracy students
Record label and movie studio investigators said yesterday they plan to sue more than 400 college students who used a special high-speed network to copy songs and movies. ...  | Read.. 
France for right to die
France's parliament has approved a law that will allow terminally ill patients to opt for death instead of further treatment, but which supporters say stops short of permitti ...  | Read.. 
Actor Orlando Bloom (right) with director Ridley Scott in Tokyo on Wednesday to promote their film Kingdom of Heaven. (Reuters)
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UN approves nuke-terror treaty
The 191-member UN General Assembly approved a nuclear terrorism treaty today that would oblige gove..  | Read.. 
Confirmed: Britney sphere
Britney Spears announced yesterday that she was pregnant with her first child, ending months of spe..  | Read.. 
Gas fuels China, Japan flare-up
Japan began allocating rights for gas exploration in a disp ...  | Read.. 

Crushing conclave
Electing a pope used to be so difficult cardinals were puni ...  | Read.. 

Blair goes to poll war with economic shield
Prime Minister Tony Blair today unveiled the policies that ...  | Read.. 

Wayne for PM
If Wayne Rooney ever opts to hang up his soccer boots, ther ...  | Read..