The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Russia bar on foreign NGOs
Russia yesterday suspended the activities of Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, the International Republican Institute and more than 90 other foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs), saying they failed to meet the registration requirements of a controversial new law designed to bring ...  | Read.. 
Briton ready for the worst
British death row inmate Mirza Tahir Hussain stared from behind the bars of his dank prison cell, his long white beard a sign of 18 years in a Pakistani prison. ...  | Read.. 
9/11 remains
Human remains thought to be from victims of the September 11 attacks have been discovered by utility workers removing rubble from manholes where the World Trade Center once s ...  | Read.. 
Blair critic quits Labour
Former minister Clare Short, a vocal critic of Britainís decision to join the Iraq invasion, quit the Labour Party parliamentary group today, accusing Tony Blair of runn ...  | Read.. 
5 held for Pak rape
Pakistani police have arrested five men accused in a gang-rape case that has evoked comparisons with Mukhtaran Mai, a Pakistani rape victim who has become an icon for interna ...  | Read.. 
Morse saviour
Morse code, the dots and dashes signalling system first used at sea on the Titanic, made a comeback this week in the rescue of a stranded fisherman. ...  | Read.. 
Spanish actress Penelope Cruz in Oviedo, northern Spain, on Friday. (Reuters)
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Hawking divorce
Prof. Stephen Hawking is to divorce for a second time...  | Read.. 
Models too thin: Claudia
Claudia Schiffer believes models are now too skinny to be attractive even though the German supermo..  | Read..