The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush takes blame for speech
After weeks of blaming others, President George W. Bush accepted responsibility today for making a now-discredited charge that Iraq was seeking uranium from Africa. ...  | Read.. 
Blair admits he has to rebuild public trust
Britain’s Tony Blair, battling the worst political crisis of his premiership, said today his enthusiasm for office remained strong but he accepted he needed to rebuild public ...  | Read.. 
Shia named council head
Iraq’s US-backed governing council named a Shia politician as its first leader today, after adopting a rotating presidency which will give representatives of all major groups ...  | Read.. 
Breather for California governor
Embattled California governor Gray Davis received good news yesterday in the fight to keep his job — screen Terminator Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared ready to back awa ...  | Read.. 
A Mexican Mariachi musician places his sombrero on the roof of the last Volkswagen Beetle as it rolls off the production line at the company’s Puebla ...  | Read
After crash, Euan fears Cherie most
The Prime Minister’s eldest son was more worried about how his mother would react than his fath..  | Read.. 
Pentagon loses terror bet
As far as capitalism goes, this is the ultimate. It would have persuaded Karl Marx to rewrite h..  | Read.. 
Flood-hit Pak races against time
Pakistani authorities raced against time today to rescue te ...  | Read.. 

Democrats again flee Texas
Flanked by police on the lookout for bounty hunters, Texas ...  | Read.. 

Scribe was murdered: Iran
Iran today acknowledged that Canadian photojournalist Zahra ...  | Read..