The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Twin terror strikes on day of feast
Suicide bombers killed 56 people and wounded 200 today in twin attacks on Kurdish political parties aligned with US occupation forces in northern Iraq, medics and US army officials said. ...  | Read.. 
Bush ready for Iraq probe
US President George W. Bush is leaning toward endorsing an independent inquiry into intelligence used to justify an invasion of Iraq, despite his earlier resistance to such a ...  | Read.. 
Blair bullied BBC, says Dyke
British Prime Minister Tony Blairís government systematically bullied the BBC over its Iraq war coverage, bombarding it with complaints to try to push its own point of view, ...  | Read.. 
Iran lawmakers quit as poll pot boils over
More than a third of Iranís parliament resigned today, escalating a bitter political row on the 25th anniversary of the return from exile of the founding father of the Islami ...  | Read.. 
Disney characters (from left) Mickey Mouse, Chip, Dale and Minnie Mouse perform in Tokyo on Sunday. (AFP)
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Human-to-human twist to flu
Two Vietnamese sisters have died from bird flu, possibly after contracting the deadly virus from th..  | Read.. 
Workouts work wonders for the workplace, says study
Slobs beware. A new study shows that fit employees perform better at work and have better relations..  | Read.. 
Al Qaida scare grounds more flights
Western airlines grounded several flights to and from the U ...  | Read.. 

Britons want Blair to order inquiry
Most Britons want an independent inquiry into the intellige ...  | Read.. 

Nuke scanner on Pak seven
Pakistanís investigation into the sale of nuclear weapons t ...  | Read..