The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Inspectors take arms test to Saddam palace
UN arms inspectors searched one of President Saddam Hussein’s lavish palace compounds in Baghdad today in the biggest test of Iraqi cooperation since inspections for weapons of mass destruction resumed. ...  | Read.. 
Howard not spoiling for fight
Australian Prime Minister John Howard said today he was not spoiling for a fight when he pledged to take pre-emptive action in another country against terrorism, and denied h ...  | Read.. 
Iraq vessel fires on Kuwait boats
An Iraqi vessel opened fire at two Kuwaiti coast guard boats in northern Kuwaiti waters today but there were no serious casualties, Kuwaiti officials said. ...  | Read.. 
MQM reverses position, to support Jamali govt
A regional party that withdrew support from Pakistan’s new civilian government, wiping out its tiny majority, said today it had reversed the decision and would stand by Prime ...  | Read.. 
Members of the Australian rock band Midnight Oil are reflected in the sunglasses of lead singer Peter Garrett, a Sydney lawyer turned environmental ac ...  | Read
Bold and bare
Film fever
Sex danger
Fused Iranian twins ponder separation
Iranian twin sisters joined at the head for 28 years said today they felt no fear as Singapore doct..  | Read.. 
Julia, Madonna slip on Hollywood’s Power 100 list
Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart has been cut from it, Madonna slipped a few notches on it, and Mary-K..  | Read.. 
A pill camera that explores the intestine
A pill-sized camera that can be swallowed and can explore p ...  | Read.. 

Woman starts car from son’s belly
A British woman may have discovered the ultimate in car sec ...  | Read.. 

Hostage kin seek damages
Hostages and relatives of those who died during Russia’s st ...  | Read..