The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US elite group to spearhead anti-terror war
The Pentagon plans to put the US military’s elite Special Operations Command in charge of most anti-terrorist actions around the world in a shift to a more covert war against al Qaida, US officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Inspectors ready to resume hunt
UN arms inspectors are ready to return to Iraq and awaiting a green light from the Security Council to resume the hunt for weapons of mass destruction, the UN’s International ...  | Read.. 
Bradford embassy
Fed up with a life of national obscurity, a northern English city has taken an audacious step across Britain’s north-south divide to open its own embassy in the heart of the ...  | Read.. 
Bush pushes for Iraq strike nod
US President George W. Bush said today he would soon propose a congressional resolution authorising action against Iraq and said he believed the United Nations would support ...  | Read.. 
Sally Regenhard (left) who lost her son and Monica Gabrielle (right) who lost her husband in the World Trade Center attacks at an open hearing on the ...  | Read
Marley magic
Radio roar
Exam final
Train trick
Communist only by name, party eyes new image
If you had peeped into Beijing’s Central Party School in October last year, you might have witnesse..  | Read.. 
Old dogs can be taught new tricks
Contrary to common belief, it is possible to teach old dogs, owls and perhaps people new tricks as ..  | Read.. 
Illness comes to the aid of Nazi collaborator
French Nazi collaborator Maurice Papon, 92, left jail today ...  | Read.. 

Gates father for third time
Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates became a proud father ...  | Read.. 

Blunkett now picks on refugees
Afghans and Kosovars who came to Britain fleeing political ...  | Read.. 

Patients protest curbs on pot
Hundreds of cancer and AIDS patients along with other sick ...  | Read.. 

Black painted white for shoplifting in SA
South African rights groups expressed outrage today after a ...  | Read..