The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pope says he is ‘deeply sorry’
Pope Benedict tried today to calm Muslim anger at his remarks on Islam, saying he was “deeply sorry” about the reaction and that medieval quotes he used on holy war did not reflect his personal views. ...  | Read.. 
Slapstick comedy, UK-style
The wife of British Prime Minister Tony Blair only pretended to slap a cheeky teenager, but child protection officials reported her to police and officers questioned her befo ...  | Read.. 
Nepal bid to rescue peace drive
In a bid to prevent the collapse of the peace process in Nepal, Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala held talks with Maoist leader Prachanda and his second-in-command Baburam ...  | Read.. 
Crack at US Muslim ceiling
Keith Ellison, who could become the first Muslim to win a seat in the US Congress, is a former Catholic who says both religions and family roots in the civil rights movement ...  | Read.. 
Comment cloud on nun death
Gunmen killed an Italian nun at a children’s hospital in Mogadishu today in an attack that drew immediate speculation of links to Muslim anger over the Pope’s recen ...  | Read.. 
The first female space tourist, Anousheh Ansari (left), with her sister during final preparations at the Baikonur cosmodrome in the Kazakh steppe on S ...  | Read
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Hold fire: It’s a Taliban funeral
The American intelligence officers monitoring the satellite feed from an unmanned spy plane at ..  | Read.. 
Weight war rages
One of the main backers of London Fashion Week today rejected British government calls for a ban on..  | Read..