The Telegraph
Tuesday , December 28 , 2010
Since 1st March, 1999
Necessity pushes Pak women to jobs, peril
Dinner at Rabia Sultana’s house is now served over a cold silence. Her family has not spoken to her since May, when Sultana, 21, swapped her home life for a cashier’s job at McDonald’s. ...  | Read.. 
Russia ex-tycoon found guilty
A judge in Moscow today handed down a new conviction against Mikhail B. Khodorkovsky, the former oil tycoon, in a case that has been widely seen as an indicator of the Kr ...  | Read.. 
Kim gift train
A train packed with birthday gifts for North Korea’s leader-in-waiting Kim Jong-un derailed this month in a possible act of sabotage, a Seoul-based radio station which b ...  | Read.. 
Civil War message decoded by CIA
A message in a bottle sent to a Confederate general during the Siege of Vicksburg, one of the key turning points of the American Civil War, has finally been deciphered af ...  | Read.. 
Obama in rare church visit
President Barack Obama and his family took a break from their Hawaiian vacation to attend Sunday church services, a rare occurrence for a President who prefers to worship in ...  | Read.. 
Tim Burton snores drive Carter to second home
With their own separate houses next door to each other, the living arrangements of Helena Bonham Carter and her partner Tim Burton have often raised eyebrows. ...  | Read.. 
Jerry Hall (left) and her daughter Lizzy Jagger at an event in Harrods, central London, on Monday. (AFP)
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Blizzard hits NY region, affects travel
Sunshine and deep piles of sparkling snow blanketed the northeast this morning, but for frustra..  | Read.. 
Hollywood puts emphasis on quality
When negative Twitter commentary seemingly torpedoed the Sacha Baron Cohen film Brüno in..  | Read..