The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Iran seeks nuke way out in talks
Iran today insisted the only solution to its nuclear dispute with the West was negotiations rather than referral of its atomic dossier to the UN Security Council. ...  | Read.. 
Women brave Islamist threat, race at Lahore
Thousands of police guarded a road race in Pakistan today that passed off peacefully after a crackdown on Islamists who had threatened to disrupt it because women were among ...  | Read.. 
Poland roof tragedy toll touches 66
Poland said today 66 people were killed when the snow-laden roof of an exhibition centre staging an event for international pigeon enthusiasts collapsed in the country’s ...  | Read.. 
No-contest polls in Nepal
Even as the Royalists deployed actor Manisha Koirala to canvass for pro-Palace candidates, the February 8 municipal elections are turning out to be farcical in more ways ...  | Read.. 
Gentle lines in Hitler sketches
The watercolours of gentle landscapes suggest an innocent, even naive, young artist. ...  | Read.. 
UN weapon in flu scare
The United Nations is considering using “flu-casters”, modelled on television weather forecasters, to publicise vital information if a global flu pandemic strikes. ...  | Read.. 
Runners at the mixed marathon in Lahore on Sunday. (AFP)
Abortion survey
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Ape hunt
Kuwait’s new emir
Afghan Coke
Saddam trial collapses in chaos
The trial of Saddam Hussein collapsed into chaos moments after resuming today, as the former Iraqi ..  | Read.. 
Prince drops tailored suit
For decades he followed the tradition of his royal forefathers, dressing impeccably in '4,000 s..  | Read..