The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
German outcome too close to call
Germany’s election outcome was too close to call an hour after polls closed on Sunday as television projections gave conflicting figures in one of the closest races in post-war history. ...  | Read.. 
Minister in Hitler row unfazed
(Reuters): German justice minister Herta Daeubler-Gmelin, who allegedly likened President George W. Bush’s methods to those of Adolf Hitler, denied reports today she woul ...  | Read.. 
Iraq rift in Blair Cabinet
British Prime Minister Tony Blair faced direct defiance from a key member of his Cabinet today who said another war with Iraq would inflict too much suffering on the Iraqi pe ...  | Read.. 
Harry is not my son: Di’s former lover
A former lover of Britain’s Princess Diana said in an interview published today he was not the father of her youngest son Prince Harry. ...  | Read.. 
A child sleeps prior to the Liberty and Livelihood march — one of Britain’s biggest rallies — organised by the Countryside Alliance in London on Sunda ...  | Read
Support for Arafat swells under siege
Israeli troops shot dead four Palestinian protesters today as thousands of people took to the stree..  | Read.. 
Mass blind date
Concerned by the high numbers of single people in his small town in central Spain, a lonely farmer ..  | Read.. 
Giants face asbestos trial
A massive asbestos trial against some of the world’s larges ...  | Read.. 

Aldrin punches moon sceptic
No charges will be filed against Buzz Aldrin for allegedly ...  | Read.. 

In death, Jew gifts ‘foe’ life
The kidney of a Jewish teenager killed in a suicide bombing ...  | Read..