The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
British-educated ‘Dr Germ’ in US custody
US forces have taken into custody the British-educated Iraqi microbiologist dubbed “Dr Germ,” who spearheaded the biological warfare programme under toppled President Saddam Hussein, officials said today. ...  | Read.. 
Nepal parties feel the heat
Less than a week after five political parties initiated a mass movement against the ouster of the Sher Bahadur Deuba government last year, the political temperature is ag ...  | Read.. 
‘Fizzer’ bugs computers globally
A new computer virus, the “Fizzer” worm, spread rapidly across the internet today, infecting computer users in Asia, Europe and the US, anti-virus officials said. ...  | Read.. 
40 killed in Chechnya suicide attack
Two suicide bombers drove a truck full of explosives into a government complex in Russia’s rebel Chechnya today, killing 40 people in the deadliest attack since the Kremlin&# ...  | Read.. 
Hugh Grant (left) and Sandra Bullock at a press conference in a Tokyo hotel on Monday. The stars were in Japan for the screening of their latest film ...  | Read
Sealed in a car
Mafia dump
Video stars
Wedding bell
Atwood virus book to jangle Canada nerves
Just as Toronto begins to relax after weeks of worrying about SARS, celebrated hometown author Marga..  | Read.. 
Short quits over Blair’s UN policy
Clare Short, the international development secretary resigned today from Tony Blair’s governmen..  | Read.. 
China virus case breather
China reported fewer than 100 new SARS cases today for the ...  | Read.. 

US push to Lanka talks
The US stepped up efforts today to try to put back in moti ...  | Read..