The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Civilian blood flows in Nepal bus blast
At least 38 people, including children, were killed and more than 70 injured this morning when a bus in which they were travelling hit a landmine planted by Maoists in the southern town of Chitwan, some 150 km of Kathmandu. ...  | Read.. 
Libbi with US, says Musharraf
Pakistan has handed senior al Qaida operative Abu Faraj Farj al Libbi to the US, President Pervez Musharraf said in remarks published today. ...  | Read.. 
Pope papers not burnt
Pope John Paul II’s private secretary defended yesterday his decision to defy the man he served faithfully for 40 years by refusing to burn his personal papers. ...  | Read.. 
Citigroup data lost in transit
Citigroup Inc., the world’s largest bank, today said account and payment history data on 3.9 million of its customers were lost in transit by United Parcel Service Inc. ...  | Read.. 
A painting from a series by Colombian artist Fernando Botero inspired by the Abu Ghraib scandal. The abuse of prisoners at the prison so enraged Bot ...  | Read
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Papa poser as Jackson waits
Jurors in Michael Jackson’s sex-abuse trial resumed deliberations today as the pop star waited..  | Read.. 
Britain puts referendum bill on hold
Britain today shelved plans to hold a referendum on the EU’s troubled constitution, dealing an..  | Read.. 
N. Korea, America meet
US and North Korean officials met in New York today for the ...  | Read..