The Telegraph
Friday , April 4 , 2014

Pervez escapes Islamabad bomb attack

A bomb apparently directed at Pervez Musharraf, the former Pakistani military ruler, went off early today, minutes after his convoy had passed a traffic intersection in Islamabad, the capital, police officials said....   | Read..

US secretly built Cuban ‘Twitter’ to stir unrest

The US government masterminded the creation of a “Cuban Twitter”, a communications network designed to undermine the communist government in Cuba, built with secr...   | Read..

MH370 black-box hunt a race against time

With only days left before the batteries on the data and voice recorders of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 were set to die, the multinational search force resumed its hunt ...   | Read..

Iraq veteran kills three, himself at Fort Hood

A soldier who was being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder opened fire at Fort Hood today, killing three people and wounding 16 before killing himself, the auth...   | Read..

US bars Nigella over drug confession

Nigella Lawson, the television chef, could be forced to undergo a medical examination — including blood tests for illegal drugs — to obtain a visa for the US, law...   | Read..

Yanukovich blamed for Kiev sniper deaths

Ukraine’s Prime Minister today blamed ousted President Viktor Yanukovich for the deaths of dozens of anti-government protesters shot by police snipers and urged Russia ...   | Read..
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