The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush slams Texas ranch door on Chirac
US President George W. Bush, miffed over France’s opposition to the Iraq war, yesterday said French President Jacques Chirac should not expect an invitation to his Texas ranch any time soon. ...  | Read.. 
Cabinet in Toronto show to calm fears
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien criticised the World Health Organisation (WHO) today for urging travellers to avoid Toronto because of SARS and said the federal Cabinet ...  | Read.. 
President hints at democracy long haul
President George W. Bush said yesterday there was some evidence suggesting Saddam Hussein might be dead and conceded that it could take as long as two years to bring democrac ...  | Read.. 
Stoned singer faces fan music
A rock band is being sued for £1.3 million damages by fans unhappy with the concert performance of its lead singer. ...  | Read.. 
TOP CUT: President Bush admires the haircut of a soldier at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. (AP)
Troops save six lions, cheetah from Uday’s zoo
US troops today came to the rescue of six young lions and two cheetahs languishing uncared for in t..  | Read.. 
Turner terms Murdoch a warmonger
Ted Turner said yesterday too few people owned too many media organisations and called rival media ..  | Read.. 
Court sentences Winnie to jail
A South African court sentenced anti-apartheid heroine Winn ...  | Read.. 

Pak crash
Thirteen people died when a Pakistan army helicopter crash ...  | Read.. 

History repeats itself in Mosul
Dr Khalil al-Saif holds back tears as he shows gutted class ...  | Read.. 

Cleric urges Iraqis to reject US presence
A senior Sunni cleric urged Iraqis today to reject the US p ...  | Read..