Foreign Editor, Telegraph
Foreign Editor, The Daily Telegraph, London. All views expressed are views
telegraph.co.uk — Ingrid Loyau-Kennett Mrs Loyau-Kennett was a passenger on a number 53 bus which was travelling past the scene, and jumped off to check the soldier's pulse. "Being a cub leader I have my first aid so when I saw this guy on the floor I thought it was an accident then I saw the guy was dead and I could not feel any pulse.
telegraph.co.uk — Expressing "disappointment" at Prof Hawking's decision, Mr Steinitz said: "I didn't hear that Prof Hawking or other British academics, who are so easily boycotting Israel, are boycotting other Middle East countries. Or if they have reservations about America invading Iraq, they so easily boycott American universities.
telegraph.co.uk — Citizens in Damascus, some of whom even protested against the government in the early days of the uprising, accuse the opposition of being far too Islamist. They fear that allowing the rebels, some of whom have subscribed to al-Qaeda, into the capital would lead to the establishment of a religious state, destroying what was a relatively secular lifestyle.
telegraph.co.uk — Sandy Valdiviseo and her husband Triet Vo were intending to fly from Los Angeles to Dakar in Senegal with Turkish Airlines. However, instead they ended up almost 7,000 miles away - on an entirely different continent - in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, after the airport codes were mixed up, the Los Angeles Times reports.
telegraph.co.uk — Figures published recently by the German government showed that far-Right crime is on the rise, with more than 17,000 crimes last year - of which 842 were violent acts. Jamel is the tip of the iceberg; an indication of the extent to which the far-Right is active, especially in areas of eastern Germany where jobs are scarce.
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