The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Britain refuses to dump Rushdie
Britain defended today its decision to award a knighthood to British author Salman Rushdie after Muslims worldwide complained that honouring the author of The Satanic Verses was offensive to Islam. ...  | Read.. 
Bloomberg clears buzz
New York mayor Michael Bloomberg said today he was not a candidate for US President in 2008 despite speculation he quit the Republican party to prepare to run as an independe ...  | Read.. 
Foreign tag on dead militants
Most of the 32 militants killed in an apparent missile attack in a Pakistani tribal region were foreigners, mainly Uzbeks, a senior Pakistani government official said today. ...  | Read.. 
Sarkozy denial
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said in an interview published today he was not drunk at a news conference where he appeared slightly out of breath and trying not to laugh. ...  | Read.. 
Men stare more at faces in nude snaps
Men are more likely to look at a woman’s face before other areas when shown naked pictures, according to a study by Emory University researchers. ...  | Read.. 
Mallory ‘feat’ still a mystery
A decades-old mystery over whether Britain’s George Mallory scaled Mount Everest three decades before Sir Edmund Hillary may remain unsolved, an American climber investi ...  | Read.. 
Pop star Christina Aguilera at a concert in Tokyo on Wednesday. (Reuters)
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Wanted: Volunteers for ‘pretend’ trip to Mars
The European Space Agency is looking for volunteers to make a pretend trip to Mars...  | Read.. 
Enough of Shrek, Diaz explores Inca capital
Having wrapped up a publicity tour for Shrek the Third that took her to London and Taiwan, t..  | Read.. 
Troops, Tigers clash in jungle and at sea
Sri Lankan troops gunned down around 30 Tamil Tigers in a j ...  | Read..