The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dinner fed US Zawahri chase
A dinner invitation to al Qaidaís second-in-command triggered a US airstrike in Pakistan but Ayman al-Zawahri failed to show up, Pakistani intelligence officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Iran spectre of oil price spiral
Any sanctions imposed on Iran because of its disputed nuclear programme could drive up world oil prices, economy minister Davoud Danesh-Jafari told state radio today. ...  | Read.. 
Murder kept Elizabeth a virgin: BBC drama
Queen Elizabeth I died a virgin because her fatherís murder of her mother left her with a lifelong fear of physical intimacy. ...  | Read.. 
Chile awaits maiden moment
Chileans voted for a new President today and were expected to elect the South American countryís first woman leader, a socialist who is seen beating a moderate conservat ...  | Read.. 
Kimís back in Eminemís life
Rapper Eminem and his former wife remarried yesterday, five years after an ugly divorce ruptured their turbulent relationship. ...  | Read.. 
Haj bridge
Saudi Arabia has started pulling down a disaster-prone bridge near Mecca days after more than 360 pilgrims were crushed to death there in the worst disaster to hit the Muslim ...  | Read.. 
Iranian women musicians at an international music festival in Tehran. (AP)
Fame craze in UK
Rubikís cube record
Turkey flu death
China clash
Saddam trial
A toast to Russian space walkers
After years of official prohibition, cosmonauts will soon be able to unwind with a drink after a ha..  | Read.. 
Emir who rebuilt Kuwait dies
Kuwait ruler Sheikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, who rebuilt his Gulf Arab state after US-led forces dr..  | Read..