The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
US fingerprints and shakes hands
The US began fingerprinting and photographing visitors from most countries today in a controversial programme to try to prevent potential terrorists from slipping in through the borders. ...  | Read.. 
Publishers axe new books to focus on big names
Publishers are reducing the number of books they release to concentrate on “big name” authors or “good-looking” first-time novelists who are more marketable. ...  | Read.. 
Pak ready to probe Libya claim
Pakistan said today a British newspaper report that said Pakistani scientists sold plans to make nuclear bombs to Libya appeared unsubstantiated, but any official complaint w ...  | Read.. 
Any name but Saddam
A Saudi Arabian man who called his son Saddam Hussein 14 years ago is now desperately trying to have the name changed. ...  | Read.. 
Palestinian boys show remains of a tear gas canister thrown at them by Israeli soldiers during clashes in Beit Ommar village near the West Bank city of Hebron. (Reuters)
Quake-hit Iran mulls capital shift
Alarmed by the high death toll and level of destruction caused by the recent Bam earthquake, top po..  | Read.. 
Tippler trauma in tipsy Ireland
It’s enough to make even the most hardened drinker think about turning teetotal...  | Read.. 
Royal claimant
A British man who has lived in Australia for 38 years confi ...  | Read.. 

Protected CDs raise Europe ire
A European consumer watchdog body is suing the world’s larg ...  | Read.. 

Georgia leader faces uphill task
Mikhail Saakashvili, whose crushing win in Georgia’s presid ...  | Read.. 

Crash claim
An anonymous caller claiming to represent a previously unkn ...  | Read.. 

Saddam brings back ‘Osama’
The Arabic television channel Al Jazeera aired an audio tap ...  | Read.. 

China’s first Sars case since epidemic
China confirmed today its first Sars case since a world epi ...  | Read..