The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
First blow to Blair as Cook quits over war
British Prime Minister Tony Blair suffered his biggest political hit of the Iraq crisis today when a senior Cabinet minister resigned in protest at his hawkish stance. ...  | Read.. 
Scientists hunt for pneumonia cause
Scientists worked flat out today to identify the cause of a mysterious type of killer pneumonia that has spread from Asia to Canada and Europe via air travel. ...  | Read.. 
Six al Qaida militants fall into Pak dragnet
Pakistani intelligence agents have seized six more suspected al Qaida militants in the east of the country as their crackdown on the organisation gathers pace, sources said t ...  | Read.. 
Outlaw US flouting laws: Iraq
Iraq responded fiercely today to US President George W. Bush’s talks in the Azores, branding it a “summit of outlaws” and accusing the US and its British and Spanish allies o ...  | Read.. 
Labour parliamentary leader, Robin Cook, in London on Monday. (Reuters) A sign at a US camp outside Kuwait City on Monday. (Reuters)
Wedding bounce
Sad saint
TV awards
War cloud on Minnelli party
Liza and David regret.....  | Read.. 
Troops ordered to steel themselves for combat
Crewmen on US tanks which rolled back into their camp in the northern Kuwaiti desert today know the..  | Read.. 
Scribe’s gun stunt backfires
British police today said they arrested three men after a t ...  | Read.. 

Girl among 10 killed in Gaza
Ten Palestinians, including a four-year-old girl, were kill ...  | Read.. 

Patten fights off lawyers, comedienne for Oxford post
Former Hong Kong governor Chris Patten landed one of academ ...  | Read..