The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Children’s blood stains West Asia war
An Israeli air strike today killed more than 60 Lebanese civilians, including at least 37 children, fuelling world pressure for a ceasefire. ...  | Read.. 
Beast behind beautiful cloud
As a small girl Maria Tokasheva would sit on the doorstep of her family’s home watching enraptured as mysterious mushroom-shaped clouds filled the sky. ...  | Read.. 
Lanka lull ends, troops launch water raid
Sri Lankan troops today began their first deliberate advance on Tamil Tiger rebels since a 2002 ceasefire, moving to secure a rebel-held water supply and using air strikes to ...  | Read.. 
Jiang Zemin book
Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin has released a book intending to highlight his diplomatic prowess, at a time when he has been seeking to increase his political profile. ...  | Read.. 
Fire breaks out on Bond film set
Fire ripped through the set of the latest James Bond movie, Casino Royale, at Britain’s Pinewood Studios today, destroying equipment and damaging the building, bu ...  | Read.. 
Unwelcome in Beirut, Rice soft-pedals
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice called off a trip to Lebanon after Israel bombed a village there today, but she stopped short of urging an immediate ceasefire to help ...  | Read.. 
A chartered plane sits on the tarmac at Somalia's Mogadishu airport on Sunday. The first commercial flight in more than a decade departed Mogadishu In ...  | Read
Row over Hemingway six-toed feline gifts
The caretakers of Ernest Hemingway’s Key West home want a federal judge to intervene in their ..  | Read.. 
Olmert ‘sad’ but strikes will go on
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert today expressed “deep sorrow” over the bombing of the ..  | Read..