The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bush bends in scramble for men & money
President George W. Bush, facing growing doubts at home, asked Congress last night for $87 billion for the US military and reconstruction in Iraq and urged the UN to set aside past differences and help out. ...  | Read.. 
UK tabs on 9/11 plans of radical group
Britain said today its police would monitor a Muslim group that is planning conferences to honour the September 11 hijackers as the “Magnificent 19”. ...  | Read.. 
EU hunts for rotting images
The European Commission has started the hunt for images of rotting lungs and dying cancer patients to be printed on cigarette packets across the EU, a spokesman said today. ...  | Read.. 
Antarctica under tourist threat
Although tourism to Antarctica is still small by global standards, it is growing rapidly and scientists said today travelling to the region could pose dangers for people and ...  | Read.. 
Anna Kournikova and Enrique Iglesias at the New York premierie of Once Upon A Time In Mexico on Sunday. Enrique stars in the film along with Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek.
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Little cheer on the ground
Whatever US President George W. Bush’s speech on Iraq achieved at home, it left Iraqis and the US s..  | Read.. 
Boy killed as blasts rock Kathmandu
Six bomb blasts hit Kathmandu today, killing a 12-year-old boy and wounding about a dozen people in..  | Read.. 
New vaccine war on arthritis
British scientists are developing vaccines to reprogramme t ...  | Read.. 

Prabhakaran in rare speech
The leader of Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers made a rare public a ...  | Read.. 

SARS fears surface
Singapore reported a possible return of SARS today, hours a ...  | Read..