The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Germany talks tough, France holds fire
France and Germany responded defiantly today to a US decision to bar their firms from competing for prime contracts to rebuild Iraq, a move which could open a new rift in troubled transatlantic relations. ...  | Read.. 
Perfectly logical to hunt fugitives: Rumsfeld
The Pentagon yesterday defended US military attempts to kill insurgent leaders in Afghanistan and Iraq following a botched American air strike that killed nine children in an ...  | Read.. 
Connery plans Revenge
Sean Connery has plans to star in The Picaresque Revenge, a movie about convicts in the spirit of The Sting. ...  | Read.. 
More children killed in bungled US Afghan raid
The US military said today six children and two adults were killed in a US attack in southeastern Afghanistan, the second incident in less than a week in which children have ...  | Read.. 
French President Jacques Chirac (right) with foreign minister Dominique de Villepin after their cabinet meeting on Wednesday. (AFP)
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West hiding behind 9/11 to violate rights: Ebadi
Iranís Shirin Ebadi became the first Muslim woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize today and sent a..  | Read.. 
Coetzee utters barely a whisper
South African novelist J.M. Coetzee collected his Nobel literature prize today along with a scienti..  | Read.. 
Scramble to play down clean chit in cupboard
- Hours after a child welfare agency memo surfaced saying t ...  | Read.. 

Saddam aides to face trial
Iraq formally established a special tribunal today to prose ...  | Read.. 

Yukos urged to salvage merger
Yukos shareholders have told management to seek talks with ...  | Read.. 

Chechens blamed for blast near Kremlin
A top Moscow prosecutor blamed Chechen rebels today for a s ...  | Read.. 

Pak heat on bold scribe
Pakistani scribe Amir Mir, who got on the wrong side of ...  | Read..