The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
BBC staff defend Dyke as war heat dogs Blair
Fallout from Britainís explosive Hutton report showed no sign of abating today as indignant BBC staff defended their ex-boss and there were renewed demands for a public inquiry into Tony Blairís case for war in Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
3000 Sikhs march in Paris against turban ban
A Paris boulevard became a sea of coloured turbans today as Sikhs from across Europe marched to defend their traditional headgear against a looming French ban on religious sy ...  | Read.. 
China losing flu war
Chinaís window of opportunity to stop the spread of bird flu is narrowing, the WHO said, while the country stepped up checks on poultry nationwide for signs of the deadly vir ...  | Read.. 
I want facts about WMD intelligence, says Bush
President George W. Bush conceded for the first time yesterday that there is a gulf between his pre-war descriptions of Saddam Husseinís arsenals of banned weapons, and what ...  | Read.. 
Beeb brew: Former BBC director-general Greg Dyke takes tea for a television crew outside his home in west London. (Reuters)
Pugnacious journalist who loved a fight
When Britainís staid public broadcaster hired Andrew Gilligan to spice up its breakfast show with s..  | Read.. 
Top Pak nuclear scientist sacked
Abdul Qadeer Khan, known as the ďfather of the countryís nuclear bombĒ was today removed from h..  | Read.. 
Nine killed in Mosul blast
Guerrillas killed nine people in a car bomb blast outside ...  | Read.. 

Government in formal Iran poll plea
Iranís reformist government today repeated a formal request ...  | Read.. 

BA grounds flights after terror warning
British Airways and Air France said today they had cancel ...  | Read..