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  America Silences Niger Leaders In Iraq Nuclear Row By David Harrison in Niamey, Niger The Sunday Telegraph - UK
The Sunday Telegraph - UK America has warned the Niger government to keep out of the row over claims that Saddam Hussein sought to buy uranium for his nuclear weapons programme from the impoverished West African state.
Mr Hamadou said that the Niger government had never had discussions with Iraq about uranium and called on Tony Blair to produce the "evidence" he claims to have to confirm that Iraq sought uranium from Niger in the 1990s.
Mr Cohen's intervention suggests that Washington is keen to draw a line under the "uranium from Africa" affair, although The Telegraph has also learned that senior American soldiers were in Iraq last week to investigate the movement of Niger's uranium.
www.rense.com /general39/silencs.htm   (347 words)

  The Daily Telegraph - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1989 the Sunday title was briefly merged in to a seven-day operation under Max Hastings' overall control.
On Sunday March 7, the twins announced they were launching another takeover bid, this time just for the Daily Telegraph and its Sunday sister paper rather than the whole stable.
The Daily Telegraph, still smarting after losing its star sports writer Paul Hayward to the Mail - a fact the paper trumpeted in a TV advert during the Ashes - regards the luring of Heffer back to the broadsheet after a decade as a great coup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sunday_Telegraph   (1327 words)

 The Sunday Telegraph :: News Medianet
Sunday, for many the one true day of relaxation, time for yourself and your family - a reality captured in the editorial mix of The Sunday Telegraph and enjoyed by over 1.8 million readers*.
As well as producing Sunday's only sport liftout, The Sunday Telegraph includes pages designed to appeal to the inquisitive minds of children and regular sections such as Escape, the entertainment based IE and the healthy lifestyle oriented body+soul.
In essence, The Sunday Telegraph is an egalitarian and all-inclusive newspaper that produces a total of eight seperate editions, each of which is aimed at getting the whole of NSW involved in both serious and light-hearted matters that affect the entire community.
metro.newsmedianet.com.au /home/titles/title/index.jsp?titleid=2   (454 words)

 ZNet | Mainstream Media | The Bbc, The Sunday Telegraph, And Cancer In Iraq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The response of the Sunday Telegraph to a recent BBC report is a case in point.
The Sunday Telegraph's article is an excellent example of how, when the 'liberal' media even begins to step out of establishment-friendly line, powerful flak machines are on hand to subject them to pressure to force them back into line.
Despite the illusion of a fierce debate, neither the BBC report nor the Sunday Telegraph presented any evidence challenging the government position on DU that was likely to be deemed serious and credible by British viewers and readers.
www.zmag.org /content/MainstreamMedia/edwards_BBC-cancer.cfm   (2742 words)

 BBC NEWS | Business | Telegraph newspapers axe 90 jobs
The Daily and Sunday Telegraph newspapers are axing 90 journalist jobs - 17% of their editorial staff.
The Telegraph Group says the cuts are needed to fund an £150m investment in new printing facilities.
The Telegraph Group was bought by the Barclay twins - Frederick and David - last year, having previously been owned by Lord Conrad Black's Hollinger International.
news.bbc.co.uk /go/newsFeedXML/moreover/-/1/hi/business/4236457.stm   (558 words)

 ASH's challenge to the Sunday Telegraph's reporting on passive smoking at the Press Complaints Commission (1998)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
On March 8th 1998 the Sunday Telegraph published a front-page headline report accusing the World Health Organisation of suppressing a study that the newspaper claimed showed there was no link between passive smoking and lung cancer.
The Sunday Telegraph headline was: "Passive smoking doesn't cause cancer - official".
ASH immediately recognised this as statistical nonsense and tobacco industry propaganda and contacted the Sunday Telegraph requesting a withdrawal and correction.
www.ash.org.uk /html/passive/html/pcc.html   (309 words)

 Serbia Info News / "The Sunday Telegraph": NATO Starts to Believe in its Lies
The biggest problem is that NATO starts to believe in its lies and propaganda, state the commentators of "The Sunday Telegraph".
The newspaper reminds that the British Government is using the aggression on Yugoslavia as pre-election campaign, trying to conquer the enemy by quick and sharp language, but in the armed conflict it is not acceptable method.
In that light, Serbia and its politicians are working in the propaganda field much better than the NATO, says the commentator, John Keagen from the "Sunday Telegraph".
www.serbia-info.com /news/1999-04/25/11295.html   (230 words)

 Sunday Telegraph Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Sunday Telegraph reader has a slightly older age profile than most of the quality broadsheets.
Typical Sunday Telegraph households have a high income and their purchases tend to be towards higher value ticket items.
Given that 86% of The Sunday Telegraph readers fall into the ABC1 category, it is no surprise that they enjoy the finer things in life.
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 The Sunday Telegraph : Breaking up is celebrated as divorce soars @ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Start / T / The Sunday Telegraph / May 27, 2001 / Breaking up is celebrated as divorce soars
The intention is to avoid the bitterness and recrimination of divorce in a society where marriage appears to be crumbling.
Read 'The Sunday Telegraph: Breaking up is celebrated as divorce soars' with a FREE Trial for instant access »
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 Portia - Sunday Telegraph
The following article published in the Sunday Telegraph is mischievous, it refers to the Portia Trust.
The Telegraph has learned that the organisation was unable to pay phone bills or maintain its helpline for the families of convicted murderers.
The Sunday Telegraph did not learn that Portia was unable to pay phone bills or maintain its helpline "for the families of convicted murderers." I had explained the now-overcome financial problems in The Journalist article, inviting someone to replace me. And that helpline was for non-rational and compulsive shoplifters, and for potential baby-snatchers.
www.portia.org /chapter07/stpaper.html   (1335 words)

 The Sunday Telegraph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
After all the hype and genuine anticipation that followed his arrival at the Old Vic a year ago, Spacey opened his reign last week with Cloaca, a comedy on the theme of male bonding written by Maria Goos, a Dutch playwright previously unknown to British audiences.
The view that Ms Goos's obscurity is no accident was forcefully expressed by Charles Spencer, the theatre critic of The Daily Telegraph, who declared the resulting show to be "a stinker".
If the play was a strange choice, it was, by way of mitigation, the choice of a strange man. Spacey, 45, has been behaving oddly ever since he moved to London late in 2003.
www.drivingmrspacey.com /TheSundayTelegraphProfile.htm   (1330 words)

 Telegraph | News | I was one of the Taliban's torturers: I crucified people
But sickened by the atrocities that he was forced to commit, last week he defected to Pakistan, joining a growing number of Taliban officials who are escaping across the border.
In an exclusive interview with The Telegraph, he reveals for the first time the full horror of what has been happening in the name of religion in Afghanistan.
Mr Hassani has the pinched face and restless hands of a man whose night hours are as haunted as any of his victims.
www.portal.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/09/30/wtal30.xml   (1727 words)

 Sunday Telegraph   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
What must be considered however is that in the event of a leak on a customers supply pipe, Mid Kent Water do not provide a free leak repair service and if there has already been a payment, Mid Kent Water do not provide additional funds towards repairing the leak.
On the 30th of January, the Sunday Telegraph referred to the ofwat report "Security of supply, leakage and the efficient use of water 2003-04 report" as confirming that water companies would provide free leak repairs.
The relevant section referred to by the Sunday Telegraph lists the existing policy of each water company which in the case of Mid Kent Water is stated in the report as being:
www.midkentwater.co.uk /Press/sunday%20telegraph.htm   (432 words)

 News | Daily Telegraph, Australia, news, breaking news | The Daily Telegraph
If you have a story you think the Daily Telegraph would be interested in, tell us about it.
CHAT to the seven time Aria winner on Sunday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm about life, love and her third new album.
THE Daily Telegraph is counting down to the release of the new AC/DC DVD, Plug Me In which hits stores on Saturday.
www.sundaytelegraph.news.com.au   (1235 words)

 Passive smoking doesn't cause cancer - official   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The results are consistent with their being no additional risk for a person living or working with a smoker and could be consistent with passive smoke having a protective effect against lung cancer.
A report published in the British Medical Journal last October was hailed by the anti-tobacco lobby as definitive proof when it claimed that non-smokers living with smokers had a 25 per cent risk of developing lung cancer.
"Electronic Telegraph" and "The Daily Telegraph" are trademarks of Telegraph Group Limited.
www.forces.org /articles/files/passive1.htm   (546 words)

 eBay - sunday telegraph, Postcards Paper, Magazine Back Issues items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Sunday Telegraph First Book of Griddlers by James Da...
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 The Sunday Telegraph
Chet Baker and Isabella Frankau, even by the standards of the crazy circles they moved in, were an odd alliance.
While Baker was jamming around the Algerian quarter of Paris in cellars reeking of sweat and Gauloises, Lady Frankau would spend weekends at Ickleton Grange, her Essex country home near Saffron Walden, preparing Sunday lunch for her husband Sir Claude, a consulting surgeon at St George's Hospital.
Back in London during the week she would prescribe to a Bohemian circle of poets, writers, actors and jazzmen.
home.ica.net /blooms/public_html/sundaytelegraph.htm   (717 words)

 Telegraph | News | Bin Laden: Yes, I did it
OSAMA BIN LADEN has for the first time admitted that his al-Qa'eda group carried out the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon, the Telegraph can reveal.
The video will form the centrepiece of Britain and America's new evidence against bin Laden, to be released this Wednesday.
The footage, to which the Telegraph obtained access in the Middle East yesterday, was not made for public release via the al-Jazeera television network used by bin Laden for propaganda purposes in the past.
portal.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/11/11/wbin11.xml   (877 words)

 Anne Applebaum -- on politics and foreign policy
The Sunday Telegraph There will be no peace until they weary of killing.
The Sunday Telegraph The New New World Order September 30, 2001 How foreign policy has changed the world for good.
The Sunday Telegraph Anti-Americanism creates some strange bedfellows September 16, 2001 Reflections on British reactions to September 11.
www.anneapplebaum.com /politics/politics.html   (266 words)

 BBC NEWS | Middle East | Iraq files 'show al-Qaeda link'
The Sunday Telegraph says reporter Inigo Gilmore discovered the files in the bombed headquarters of the Mukhabarat, the feared Iraqi intelligence service.
It says the files, in Arabic, show an al-Qaeda envoy was invited to visit Baghdad secretly in March 1998.
The report comes only days after its sister paper, the Daily Telegraph claimed to have unearthed documents showing left-wing Labour MP George Galloway received money from the Iraqi regime.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/middle_east/2979405.stm   (632 words)

 Sunday telegraph magazine advertising, Advertise in the Sunday Telegraph magazine
Sunday telegraph magazine advertising, Advertise in the Sunday Telegraph magazine
The Sunday Telegraph's new, lively, full-colour 80-page guide to the best of everything ; film, comedy, music, theatre, dance, television, technology, all-night sessions, books, cars, gigs and concerts.
The TV and radio listings give readers a reason to keep it; the big-name writers ensure they enjoy it.
www.whereonearthgroup.com /advertising-sunday-magazines-press/sunday-telegraph-advertise.htm   (91 words)

 Press Articles - The Sunday Telegraph; 15th Dec 1996; UK
Press Articles - The Sunday Telegraph; 15th Dec 1996; UK Sunday Telegraph; 15th Dec 1996; UK McDonald's claims Nobel peace fries
THE prospect oI a cheeseburger and fries is apparentIy more of an incentive for world peace than all the efforts of the United Nations.
The Daily Telegraph urged tandoori restaurants and pizza parlours to adopt the "Mc" prefix.
www.mcspotlight.org /media/press/telegraph_15dec96.html   (2179 words)

 ZWNEWS.com - linking the world to Zimbabwe
Court documents seen by The Sunday Telegraph name Simon Mann, an Old Etonian scion of the Watney brewing family and a former Scots Guards officer, who is being held in jail with 70 other alleged mercenaries in Zimbabwe.
They were allegedly en route to overthrow the regime in Equatorial Guinea, but they insist that they had been recruited as security officers at a Congo diamond mine.
The Sunday Telegraph has been told that its intelligence services had been tapping Mr Mann's phone and monitoring his activities in the run-up to March's events.
www.zwnews.com /issuefull.cfm?ArticleID=9702   (1058 words)

 Sunday Telegraph
Sunday Telegraph: Shell bosses 'must remain liable for recent blunders'
Leading shareholders in Royal Dutch, the Netherlands-based arm of Royal Dutch/Shell, are insisting that its directors remain legally liable for the series of blunders that have plunged the oil giant into crisis over the past year.
Shell is close to finalising his payoff, which will be around £1m.
www.shellnews.net /2004%20Documents/sundaytelegraph/sunday_telegraphliable20june.htm   (330 words)

 il Sunday Telegraph 30/11/997   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
CHILDREN thought to be as young as two are being kidnapped or sold by their parents to be trained as ultra-lightweight camel jockeys in the Gulf states, where they face a life of danger, misery and loneliness.
Dozens are killed or seriously injured every year racing camels, on which huge sums are gambled illegally, according to evidence seen by The Sunday Telegraph.
The children are smuggled out of Bangladesh as soon as they are old enough to walk and taken to live in harsh conditions in the United Arab Emirates, one of the world’s richest countries.
www.truevisiontv.com /ilste.html   (835 words)

 The Daily Telegraph | Confidential   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
THE unofficial award season for Australian film has begun and this year it seems there is truly something to celebrate.
THERE are bound to be some seriously wounded egos among music industry types with Michael Gudinski staging an exclusive private shindig to rival the official ARIA awards after-party on Sunday night.
PROVING the store wars aren't over just yet, David Jones ventured into what is traditionally Myer territory by hosting a racewear morning tea in Sydney yesterday.
www.dailytelegraph.news.com.au /confidential   (441 words)

 Blair is 'Using Our Troops to Boost Bush'
Geoff Hoon, the Defence Secretary, is preparing to make a Commons statement tomorrow announcing that about 650 soldiers from the Black Watch will leave Basra and come under US command "for a few weeks".
The Sunday Telegraph understands, however, that the deployment is being resisted by Gen Sir Michael Walker, the Chief of the Defence Staff.
Nicholas Soames, the Conservative defence spokesman, also expressed concern yesterday and suggested that British troops were being moved for political reasons.
www.commondreams.org /headlines04/1017-02.htm   (978 words)

 Minette Marrin: The Sunday Telegraph
I sympathise with the philosopher Roger Scruton, who told Sunday Telegraph readers last week that he plans for his baby son a "genuinely deprived childhood", one deprived among other things of television.
The Daily Telegraph sounds the rallying cry that echoes from the platforms of the British National Party." Not content with this, she attacks the editor, Charles Moore, for his "effete moral frivolity".
There is nothing in what the Telegraphs have published since the Macpherson report, possibly excluding one or two letters, that could possibly, by any reasonable person, be considered evidence of racism.
www.minettemarrin.com /minettemarrin/the_sunday_telegraph/index.html   (20889 words)

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