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Monitor Archive for July 29, 1980
NEW PANAMA CANAL: SHIGEO NAGANO SAYS HE CAN DO IT
A fleet US miler may still get a chance at her Olympic counterparts
Street clashes shatter Moscow's surface calm; Police jeered, jostled, resisted by young Soviets at singer's funeral
Zimbabwe: 'Where's all that money from the United States?'
Farmers in Korea, like US, fret at prices
Soviets fly in reinforcements
Severe but serene
Irish voice against violence
The three Jerusalems
NEW PANAMA CANAL; PIPE DREAM OR POSSIBILITY?
Worldwide whaling ban founders at conference
Making an asset of austerity
US issues formal guide for federal prosecutors
West German mark gaining popularity as a haven
Thailand resolves dispute over aid to Cambodians
Why Boston teens work-when they can find jobs
Digging and dreaming about the Cahokia Indians
Lebanon's communal strife threatens to engulf Middle East neighbors
How safe are US savings accounts?
Past lingers on in crumbled ruins of Canyon de Chelly
LINKING EUROPE WITH ONE GRAND WATERWAY
Key to outcome in Vietnam: 'morale'
Fighting alcoholism in France means breaking ingrained habits
Soviet progress reported on satellite killer devices
Dryland farming may return as ground water levels drop
Saudi Arabia and Britain repair broken ties
Backing freedom in Bolivia
Oil-price rift imperils new Canada unity
Tasting of the summer
US withholds contracts from 'Pru'
Iranian Parliament may discuss hostages issue
Bolivian military steels itself as opposition to takeover mounts
The far-out is routine at West Germany's 'theatertreffen'
Service for students supplies employment, resources, guidance
Health-conscious Swedes mount new battle against drink and drugs
Net profit to slip on California farms
Loan on insurance? Beware the IRS
By mailboat through the Orkney Islands
Ethiopian Army poised for new Ogaden guerrilla assault
Kremlin crams Olympic stands with Army, police
Morning in summer
Campaign '80 in high gear now -- at 55 m.p.h.
Mobil increases exploration, production
For some, Moscow Olympiad is poignancy, a last hurrah
2000 A.D. -- it's up to us