The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US agrees to free North Korea Scud ship
The United States found itself embroiled in an international tussle over its seizure of a North Korean ship carrying hidden Scud missiles and chemicals which Yemen said today were bound for its army. ...  | Read.. 
Crude and dated, but geared for deadly load
The Scud is a crude, Soviet-designed ballistic missile with a fearsome ability to penetrate defences, despite using technology dating to World War II. ...  | Read.. 
Interceptor flop show casts cloud on US missile shield plan
A device designed to destroy an incoming warhead failed to separate from its booster rocket in a test over the Pacific today, setting back a US push to shield against ballist ...  | Read.. 
Europe rails against brain drain
Europe’s leading scientists criticised the EU’s science policies yesterday, calling for reforms and more funding to curb further brain drain to the US. ...  | Read.. 
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Cherie sorry, but she did it to protect family
Cherie Blair delivered an unprecedented and highly emotional public apology last night for emba..  | Read.. 
Nicholson’s late-night discovery: men can sleep alone
Age has finally caught up with Jack Nicholson, the Hollywood actor once described by Kim Basinger ..  | Read.. 
Paedophile priest freed on bail in US
The Rev. Paul Shanley, an accused paedophile priest at the ...  | Read.. 

Bangladesh releases foreign journalists
Bangladesh today freed two journalists from Britain’s Chann ...  | Read..