The Telegraph
Thursday , April 21 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
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Old guard in Cuba’s new bottle
Cuba yesterday made the most significant change to its leadership since the 1959 revolution, naming someone other than the Castro brothers for the first time to fill the second-highest position in the Communist Party and possibly setting the stage for their eventual successor. ...  | Read.. 
Bruni may not attend premiere
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy could abandon plans to appear at the Cannes premiere of her film debut over fears it will fuel criticism she and her husband Nicolas Sarkozy are too & ...  | Read.. 
Light bulbs in cancer alert
Fears have been reignited about the safety of energy saving light bulbs after a group of scientists warned that they contain cancer causing chemicals. ...  | Read.. 
France to boost Libya strikes
The French and Italian governments said today that they would join Britain in sending a small number of military liaison officers to support the ragtag rebel army in Liby ...  | Read.. 
Protesters take to the streets again in Syria city
Syrians took to the streets in large numbers again today in the central city of Homs where activists say more than 20 pro-democracy protesters have been shot dead since Monda ...  | Read.. 
Actress Tina Fey takes part in a conversation with actor Steve Martin in Los Angeles. (Reuters)
Pride remake
Plane with Michelle aborts landing
An Air Force passenger jet carrying Michelle Obama to Andrews Air Force Base early on Monday eveni..  | Read.. 
ISI ‘tied’ to Haqqani militants
The top US military officer accused the ISI of maintaining ties to militants targeting US troops in..  | Read..