The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
UN lowers reform target
World leaders gathered at the UN today for a summit on revitalising the organisation but their blueprint falls short of secretary-general Kofi Annan’s vision of freedom from want, persecution and war. ...  | Read.. 
Sharon meets Musharraf
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon met Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf on the sidelines of a UN summit today, Israeli television said. ...  | Read.. 
Wave of attacks kills 150 in Baghdad
A suicide bomber lured a crowd of Shia day labourers to his minivan and blew it up in Baghdad today, killing 114 people and wounding more than 156 in Iraq’s second deadl ...  | Read.. 
Qaida revenge
Iraq’s al Qaida said today it was waging a nationwide suicide bombing campaign to avenge a military offensive on a rebel town as explosions in Baghdad killed at least 15 ...  | Read.. 
Anna Kournikova at a fashion show in New York. (AFP)
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William in Di steps
Prince William has become patron of Centrepoint, the youth homelessness charity that was one of..  | Read.. 
Happy lives in stable unions
A stable marriage can increase the financial prosperity of couples and improves the lives of Americ..  | Read.. 
Nursing home owners held for 34 deaths
The owners of a nursing home where 34 people were found dea ...  | Read.. 

Ophelia hits US coast
Heavy rains and gusty winds on Hurricane Ophelia’s out ...  | Read.. 

Osama in poor health, says Arabic newspaper
Al Qaida leader Osama bin Laden is in poor health and is se ...  | Read.. 

Court boost for Google
A Washington judge today cleared the way for a former Micro ...  | Read..