The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
No war on terror minus Pak: Pervez
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said today the West would be “brought to its knees” without his country’s support in the fight against terrorism. ...  | Read.. 
Lanka bleeds amid peace talk
At least 17 Tamil Tiger rebels and three policemen were killed in Sri Lanka today, the security forces said, as the worst violence since a 2002 ceasefire grinds on despite pe ...  | Read.. 
Fear puts Baghdad under curfew
Iraqi forces placed Baghdad under a blanket curfew throughout the day after US troops arrested a man suspected of plotting to attack the capital’s government compound wi ...  | Read.. 
Merkel ally links Islam to violence
A top German politician and close ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel said today Islam was one of the main factors in religiously motivated violence, and urged Germany’s Mu ...  | Read.. 
Hurricane on way to Canada
Isaac strengthened into the fifth hurricane of the Atlantic season today, and was headed for Canada, forecasters said. ...  | Read.. 
Article fury
A French teacher hiding from Islamist death threats today said he had been abandoned by the education ministry and had to arrange his own safe houses when police bodyguards m ...  | Read.. 
Singer Kylie Minogue at the launch of her book for children, The Showgirl Princess, at a bookshop in London on Saturxday. (AP)
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Open door, catch a cold
Someone with a cold may just have left a little drop of virus on the light switch for you to pick u..  | Read.. 
Jet crashes with 155 on board
A Brazilian passenger jet with 155 people on board plunged into the Amazon jungle, possibly after c..  | Read.. 
Note scare
Dry cleaners find all kinds of things hiding in the clothes ...  | Read.. 

Age no bar at work: rule in Britain
The British government hopes legislation banning age discr ...  | Read.. 

Flight feud over perfume
Federal agents questioned two airline passengers after a di ...  | Read..