The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Moon first, Mars next: US finds new playground
Buoyed by a successful landing on Mars by a robot explorer, US President George W. Bush plans a major announcement on space policy next week that envisions sending Americans back to the moon and ultimately to Mars, officials and congressional aides said yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
More Sars cases to emerge, says WHO
Many more suspected Sars cases are likely to emerge because the symptoms match those of common winter diseases, the World Health Organisation said today as it investigated th ...  | Read.. 
Attack on Pak military base
Four army soldiers were killed and two critically injured in a rocket attack overnight on a military base in South Waziristan, bordering Afghanistan. ...  | Read.. 
Iran blames Bush refrain
Iran’s influential former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said today US President George W. Bush’s repeated accusations against Iran had undermined a possible thaw in the ...  | Read.. 
A Christies employee holds an award-winning urn from South Africa that will be auctioned in London. (AFP)
Sikhs seek exemption from France scarf law
France’s Sikhs, recalling their ancestors died for this country with their turbans on, urged Presid..  | Read.. 
Harrison doctor to quit hospital
The doctor accused of forcing Beatle George Harrison to autograph his guitar as he lay dying is lea..  | Read.. 
Bicycle bomb kills six in Iraq mosque
A bicycle bomb killed six people as they ended Friday praye ...  | Read.. 

Captors run into Saddam stonewall
Ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein is refusing to cooperate ...  | Read..