The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US seeks sanctions end to free oil exports
The US today sought an early lifting of UN sanctions against Iraq that would free oil exports and suspend some trade restrictions that Washington imposed more than a decade ago. ...  | Read.. 
Cup masks
Villagers in southern Taiwan are strapping bras to their faces to guard against the deadly SARS virus due to a shortage of surgical masks. ...  | Read.. 
Rape slur on Australia governor
The British queen’s embattled representative in Australia denied today he had raped a woman in the 1960s, further fuelling the biggest controversy to hit the vice-regal offic ...  | Read.. 
Talks to start soon, says Lanka
The Sri Lankan government expressed confidence today that talks with Tamil Tigers could be restarted quickly, but despite stepped-up international efforts the rebels showed n ...  | Read.. 
A US sergeant helps an Iraqi civilian pour fuel into his vehicle in Baghdad. (AFP)
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Listen to Tennyson reciting Charge of Light Brigade on CD
Early recordings of some of the great figures of English literature reading their work have jus..  | Read.. 
Global virus toll crosses 500
The global death toll from SARS passed 500 today after China reported five more deaths from an illn..  | Read.. 
Vitamins can damage health
Vitamin and mineral supplements could cause more harm t ...  | Read.. 

Saddam germ lab found
US forces in Iraq have found a trailer built by the toppled ...  | Read.. 

33 Germans killed in Hungary train-bus crash
A train sliced through a coach carrying German holidaymaker ...  | Read..