The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Iraq Qaida group vows war on Pope
Al Qaida militants in Iraq vowed war on “worshippers of the cross” and protesters burned a papal effigy today over Pope Benedict’s comments on Islam, while western churchmen and statesmen tried to calm passions. ...  | Read.. 
Militant attack in Somalia
A car bomb killed five people and wounded several others outside parliament in Somalia's provincial capital Baidoa today in an assassination attempt on President Abdulla ...  | Read.. 
Capitol scare
An armed man barrelled through a security barrier in his car and then ran into the US Capitol today, prompting police to shut the building down briefly before capturing him, ...  | Read.. 
Pak defers key rape bill
The Pakistan government has decided to defer the passing of the Protection of Women Bill (PWR) in the National Assembly till President Pervez Musharraf returns from his U ...  | Read.. 
Muslim workers killed by Tigers, says army
Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels hacked 10 Muslim labourers to death and badly wounded another in eastern Sri Lanka at the weekend, the army said today, the latest in a string of ...  | Read.. 
U2 frontman Bono (left) with his wife Ali Hewson at the launch of an anti-poverty campaign in Los Angeles on Sunday. (AP)
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Study: Lack of sleep harmful
Chronic sleeplessness aggravates and might cause numerous health problems, including depression, by..  | Read.. 
Unknown 23-year-old bags chance to sing like Maria
Connie Fisher, an unknown 23-year-old who won through a two-month television talent show to win th..  | Read..