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Monitor Archive for February 15, 1980
Energy is likely focus of June economic summit
Salvoran toll rises; teachers on strike
Kent, er, Mike, Cooper to the rescue
Order requiring US to pay for abortions is stayed
No more icicles on eaves
Iran President Reins in embassy militants
US aid helps set Nicaragua's path
Where do you get inspiration?
Tehran gets a deadline to ask for Shah's return
Culture clash sours Saudi-US relationship
US moving toward final hurdles on deal to free hostages; relations improve with Iran, Iraq, but worsen with Saudis
Winter of our discontent
Clark expected to serve on Iran grievance panel
BAM prepares to unveil a new repertory company
Sadat cracks down on Soviets still in Egypt
Building to set new dollar mark
Gardens are also for growing cleaning sponges
Winter election may leave Canada's Clark in the cold
Check it out before buying garden plants sight unseen
Class -- a special ingredient
The warring rulers of the refugees
Early surprises in Olympic results
Ecologists fail to prevent A-waste delivery in France
Meetings by Mugabe side barred in central Rhodesia
Getting Carter's attention
Moscow and the allies
Duel on ice at Lake Placid
Pundits' view: Kennedy loser in hostage 'debate'
In a time of building
Iran uses oil weapon to entice Japanese
Surprise Iraq plan may help US in Middle East
A true pro at the Olympics: TV host Jim McKay
Nerve gas bomb dispute renewed
US help for energy inventors
Some Bay State schools skip prayers, await ruling
Can Carter evade the pocketbook issue?
'He strikes the eye with a shock'
Afghans struggle to present united front
ISLAM; DESIGN FOR POLITICAL STABILITY
More for charitable causes
Chicago firemen strike, defying mayor's threats
The students are back! The students are back!
Learning how to save heat in winter
Marine faces collaboration trial
Yugoslavs confident they can stand by themselves
Olympic 'forced march' spurs amity
Three Mile Island leaks undergo investigation
Alleged porno operators caught in FBI 'sting'
Reshaping world trade and aid
Taking hot pictures in cold weather
There is a Land
British worry over who will win Rhodesia's election
A public coalition takes a bead on big business