The Telegraph
Thursday , June 30 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Nato, Afghan forces end Kabul hotel raid
Nine suicide bombers penetrated several rings of security to lay siege to one of the capital’s premier hotels for six hours overnight yesterday in a complex attack that jolted Afghans’ sense of security and highlighted the weakness of their police forces. ...  | Read.. 
Google+ takes on Facebook
Remember Google Buzz? What about Orkut, or Google Wave? ...  | Read.. 
Greece passes key austerity vote
Greek lawmakers today passed the first of two austerity bills demanded by international lenders while on the streets police fired tear gas to drive back protesters who attack ...  | Read.. 
Turtles invade airport in New York
About 150 turtles crawled onto the tarmac at New York’s Kennedy airport today in search of beaches to lay their eggs, delaying dozens of flights, aviation authorities sa ...  | Read.. 
Mosquitoes target beer drinkers, say scientists
Beer drinkers please note: you are more likely to be bitten by mosquitoes after you have consumed a pint or two, say scientists. ...  | Read.. 
Pippa Middleton watches the quarter-final match between Roger Federer and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Wimbledon on Wednesday. ...  | Read
Running or not, Palin draws crowds in Iowa
After arriving yesterday to the premiere of a movie about her life, former Alaska governor Sara..  | Read.. 
Prince Harry dating Saif’s girl in Love Aaj Kal
Prince Harry is enjoying a romance with the former girlfriend of Formula 1 racing driver Jenson Bu..  | Read..