The Telegraph
Thursday , March 27 , 2014
CIMA Gallary

More objects spotted in missing jet search

Malaysia’s defence minister announced this evening that Airbus Defence and Space, Europe’s main commercial satellite company, had forwarded images taken on Sunday of 122 objects floating southwest of Australia and said that his country had asked Australia to check if they were debri...   | Read..

Pope replaces ‘bling’ bishop

Pope Francis today permanently removed a German bishop from his Limburg diocese after his 31 million-euro ($43-million) new residence complex caused an uproar among the faith...   | Read..

Osama’s son-in-law convicted

Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, the most senior adviser to Osama bin Laden to be tried in a civilian US court since the September 11, 2001, attacks, was convicted today of conspirin...   | Read..

Murdoch sons get top media roles

Rupert Murdoch has brought eldest son Lachlan back into the leadership of his media empire and promoted younger son James, setting them up to succeed him when the 83-year-old...   | Read..

Russia faces ‘sex strike’ in Ukraine

As Russian aggression on Crimea continues, some Ukrainian women are withholding sex from Russian men in attempt to “fight the enemy by whatever means”....   | Read..

3 President’s agents sent home for drinking

The Secret Service has sent home three of its agents who were in the Netherlands to provide security for President Obama’s trip there, according to senior law enfor...   | Read..
Bangladeshis gather at the National Parade Ground, Dhaka, on Wednesday to sing their national anthem simultaneously in order to break the Guinness Wor ...  | Read
bulletLanka murder
bulletTurkey Twitter

Obama dismisses Russia as a regional power

Amid the chest-thumping between President Obama and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in re...   | Read..

Japan city bars mobiles for kids after 9pm

Soaring mobile phone use and rising bullying rates have prompted one Japanese city to issue a night...   | Read..