The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US spies in cold on Iraq, in the dark on Iran: Report
US intelligence on Iraq was 'dead wrong,' dealing a blow to American credibility that will take years to undo, and spymasters still know disturbingly little about nuclear programmes in countries like Iran and North Korea, a presidential commission reported today. ...  | Read.. 
Aping Bush
Belgian trainers helping police to understand body language have caused a row by likening George Bush's facial expressions to a chimpanzee's. ...  | Read.. 
Charles peeve at press
The Prince of Wales has revealed his aversion to the press, after comments made under his breath were picked up by microphones at a photocall on his skiing holiday. ...  | Read.. 
Bikini bar on toddlers
A Swedish bikini-style top for toddlers will be withdrawn from sale amid criticism from a Norwegian cabinet minister that bra-like clothing was inappropriate for small girls. ...  | Read.. 
Prince Charles (centre) with Princes Harry (left) and William in Monbiel near the Swiss resort of Klosters. (AP)
Brain-damaged Schiavo dies
Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a wrenching dispute over her fate th..  | Read.. 
UN 'rising star' faces harassment charges
The head of the UN elections unit has been accused of making unwanted sexual advances towards a mal..  | Read.. 
Rescuers in race against time, shocks rattle islands
Rescuers raced to pull survivors from collapsed buildings a ...  | Read.. 

Drug hope for arthritis patients
Australian scientists have identified an enzyme that destro ...  | Read..