The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fatal turn to relentless French riots
Rioters shot and wounded police and torched 1,400 vehicles in the worst violence since unrest erupted in France’s poor suburbs 11 days ago, and a man beaten by a youth became the first fatality today. ...  | Read.. 
Anti-riot fatwa sparks furore
France’s main Muslim organisations feuded today over a fatwa one group issued against rioting after officials suggested Islamist militants might be fanning unrest across ...  | Read.. 
Bullying bother in UK offices
British businesses lose 18 million working days a year from staff going sick with stress from bullying, unions said today. ...  | Read.. 
Pirates attack more vessels
Pirates attacked two more merchant ships off Somalia at the weekend, one close to where a cruise ship was hit on Saturday, a sea piracy watchdog said today, warning that the ...  | Read.. 
UK ex-envoy spills beans
Prime Minister Tony Blair was “seduced by the glamour of US power” in the build-up to the Iraq war and repeatedly failed to influence US policy, a former top Britis ...  | Read.. 
Iran peace plan
Iran, whose President has called for Israel’s destruction, said today it will submit a proposal to the UN for a peaceful solution to the conflict between Israel and the ...  | Read.. 
Cheek-to-cheek: Desperate Housewives Felicity Huffman (left) and Nicollette Sheridan at a screening of the film Transamerica in Los Ang ...  | Read
Hudson heat
Late luck
Phil union
Tornado kills 23
Bangla ferry
Fujimori held
US threat
China U-turn over flu cases
The Chinese authorities performed an embarrassing about-turn yesterday and called in the World ..  | Read.. 
Aggrieved Aniston
Jennifer Aniston says she’s been wrongly pegged as a crier since splitting with Brad Pitt...  | Read..