The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US court blow to student rights
A divided US supreme court today curtailed free-speech rights for students by ruling against a teenager who unfurled a banner saying “Bong Hits 4 Jesus”. ...  | Read.. 
Convict sick with cancer faces death
Oklahoma is set to execute a convicted murderer by lethal injection tomorrow who is terminally ill with cancer and is expected to die in a few months’ time anyway. ...  | Read.. 
China curbs
A Chinese city has banned its government buildings from turning on air conditioning until the temperature hits 33 degrees Celsius, state media reported. ...  | Read.. 
Koirala call to seize illegal weapons
Nepal Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala today urged the home ministry to launch a nationwide drive to seize illegal arms that were being used by several groups, includ ...  | Read.. 
Actors Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe in London to promote their latest film Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on Mond ...  | Read
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Israel to free 250 prisoners
Iraq leaders
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Petty crime rises in UK
Almost two-thirds of Britons regularly commit petty crimes, according to a report, challenging the ..  | Read.. 
German bar on Cruise
Germany has barred the makers of a movie about a plot to kill Adolf Hitler from filming at German m..  | Read..