The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
No Sun sympathy for Saddam
Britain’s Sun tabloid published another picture today of Saddam Hussein in prison and robustly defended its decision to print such images despite Pentagon claims it may have violated the Geneva Conventions. ...  | Read.. 
Abuse report irks Karzai
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said today he was shocked by a US army report on abuse of detainees in Afghanistan, saying his government wanted custody of all Afghan prisoners ...  | Read.. 
Storm in a C-cup as Lara Croft slims down
In an attempt to appeal to more female players, the creators of computer game icon Lara Croft have revamped her image to remove one of her most prominent features ' her gener ...  | Read.. 
41 teen troops ‘lost’ in Chile
At least 41 soldiers were feared dead today as rescuers searched a fourth day for mostly teenage troops lost in a blizzard during a military exercise in the Andes. ...  | Read.. 
Numero uno: A 888 tattoo on Penelope Cruz's right leg at a photo call for British director Martha Fiennes's film Chromophobia in Cannes. Accor ...  | Read
Plaza in pieces
Sith sets single-day record
The final chapter in the Star Wars movie saga grossed a record $50 million from its first 24..  | Read.. 
Kylie spirits high after surgery
Australian pop diva Kylie Minogue has undergone successful surgery for early breast cancer at a Mel..  | Read.. 
Earth still ringing after tsunami shock
The earthquake that triggered Asia’s deadly tsunami in ...  | Read.. 

US teacher weds boy she raped
Security leading up to the wedding of Mary Kay Letourneau a ...  | Read.. 

Laura calls for women rights
US First Lady Laura Bush called for greater rights for wome ...  | Read.. 

Castro yes leads to rebel meet
President Fidel Castro’s communist government allowed ...  | Read..