The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Oil manpower, machine under attack
Anti-US guerrillas trying to discredit Iraq’s new interim government killed an Iraqi oil official and attacked foreign contractors today after strangling the country’s oil export lifeline. ...  | Read.. 
UK hears first cloning application
The head of the scientific team that has applied for Europe’s first licence to create human embryos for stem cell research said they are not trying to clone babies but to hel ...  | Read.. 
No Iraq hand in 9/11, says probe
Investigators have found no evidence Iraq aided al Qaida attempts to strike the US, a commission investigating the September 11, 2001, attacks said today in a report that und ...  | Read.. 
Russia oil tycoon’s trial begins
Russia’s richest man, oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, went on trial today charged with fraud and tax evasion in a case widely seen as initiated by the Kremlin and which even ...  | Read.. 
Paris Hilton during MTV’s Total Request Live programme in New York. (AFP)
Saudis veto bargain for American
Saudi Arabia will not give in to al Qaida’s demands to free jailed militants to secure the release ..  | Read.. 
Dublin wakes up to 100 years of Bloomsday
Ireland staged its biggest-ever literary carnival today, drawing thousands on to Dublin’s streets f..  | Read.. 
Bush sends Karzai back to work
Afghan President Hamid Karzai mused lightheartedly today th ...  | Read.. 

US keeps Pak promise
President George W. Bush today named Pakistan a major n ...  | Read..