The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sharon breathes, moves slightly
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon began breathing on his own and moved slightly in his hospital bed today as doctors started bringing him out of an induced coma to assess brain damage from a massive stroke. ...  | Read.. 
Turkey flu cases rise, WHO allays fears
Turkey reported a spike in suspected bird flu cases among people across the country today as fears grew that the deadly disease was sweeping westward towards mainland Europe. ...  | Read.. 
More gas rows likely, says Ukraine leader
Gas prices in last week’s deal to resolve a dispute between Russia and Ukraine have only been agreed for the next six months, according to a copy of the pact posted on t ...  | Read.. 
Iran defiant
Iran confirmed it would resume research on nuclear fuel today, prompting the head of the UN nuclear watchdog to warn that the world was running out of patience with Tehran in ...  | Read.. 
Cheney hospital visit
US vice-president Dick Cheney was taken to hospital complaining of shortness of breath today but was released four hours later. ...  | Read.. 
Fresh Tiger strike
Suspected Tamil Tigers ambushed two patrols in northeast Sri Lanka, killing one soldier but losing two militants, the army said today, as the government vowed to take “a ...  | Read.. 
Israeli teacher Luli Sarig with paper flowers and drawings made by schoolchildren for Prime Minister Ariel Sharon at the Hadassah hospital, Jerusalem, on Monday (Reuters)
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Toxic cloud on polar bears
Already imperiled by melting ice and a brew of toxic chemicals, polar bears throughout the Arctic f..  | Read.. 
Rule of lions under threat
The “King of the Beasts” may not rule beyond this century unless urgent action is taken t..  | Read..