The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Abbas caught in factional firefight
Palestinian militants burst into a Gaza City mourning tent set up for Yasser Arafat today and fired shots in protest at the presence of his moderate successor Mahmoud Abbas, but he was unhurt, witnesses said. ...  | Read.. 
EU plans policy shift on Cuba
The European Union is considering a shift in policy toward Cuba that would get it back on speaking terms with President Fidel Castro's government, diplomats said. ...  | Read.. 
Falluja battle blocks aid
No food. No water. No help. As fierce fighting casts a pall of smoke over the rubble-strewn Iraqi city of Falluja, thousands of Iraqi families remain cut off from desperately ...  | Read.. 
CIA faces Bush broom
The White House has ordered the new CIA director, Porter Goss, to purge the agency of officers believed to have been disloyal to President George W. Bush or of leaking damagi ...  | Read.. 
Prince William at the Remembrance Service in London on Sunday. The annual event is held to remember British servicemen killed in combat. (Reuters)
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Science finds the God gene
Religious belief is determined by a person's genetic make-up according to a study by a leading ..  | Read.. 
Kerry's ex-flame sheds light on bedroom 'caveman'
If John Kerry came across as stiff and awkward during his bid for the White House, then a very diff..  | Read.. 
Merck ignored painkiller risk alert: Report
Top executives at pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co Inc. ...  | Read.. 

Cheney in heart scare
US Vice-President Dick Cheney, who has a history of heart a ...  | Read..