The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Blair hails troops’ courage in Basra
British Prime Minister Tony Blair brushed aside controversy today over the justification for toppling Saddam Hussein, acclaiming his troops as heroes during a lightning tour of southern Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Pentagon seeks a Big Brother robot
The Pentagon is shopping for ways to capture everything a person sees, says and hears as part of a project it says is meant to help create smarter robots. ...  | Read.. 
Virus fears rock Toronto
SARS has killed two more people in Toronto and concern about the deadly virus shut down a Toronto-area high school yesterday, sending staff and students into quarantine and r ...  | Read.. 
Zoo chief appeals for funds
The interim administrator of the Baghdad zoo yesterday appealed to zoo and animal welfare groups to help raise $1 million for the once-splendid facility, which was badly dama ...  | Read.. 
Tony Blair gets a kiss from a schoolboy in Basra on Thursday. (AFP)
Super sperm
Cafe crisis
Turner twist
Wed in jest
Murdoch target in war against media takeovers
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is the poster boy for the evils of increased media consolidation in a ne..  | Read.. 
Divine comedy falls flat as jokers dial God
The brief appearance of what purports to be God’s telephone number in America’s top-grossing film is..  | Read.. 
Couch potatoes with fat pockets
Everyone knows that lazing around can lead to a growing pot ...  | Read.. 

Prominent Pak militant arrested
Pakistani police said they had arrested a prominent Islamic ...  | Read.. 

Riyadh, Casablanca masterminds in the net
Saudi Arabia and Morocco yesterday announced they had arres ...  | Read.. 

Baghdad bunker bombing blown
The Baghdad bunker which the US said it bombed on the open ...  | Read..