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Monitor Archive for January 5, 1982
Paris police will fight crime -- without their kepis
'Flame Trees of Thika' leads flurry of first-rate PBS shows
Libyan 'hit squad' reports unconfirmed - FBI chief
OPEC oil disruptions would be bad news
Detroit's Arab-American community: thriving and active
AFL-CIO to seek more 'responsive' Congress after 1981 'near disaster'
The research gap
Sudan: land of two Niles, Red Sea finds economy dry
The tiny hill towns of Umbria
Will budget cuts force US to yield leadership in scientific research?
Rehabilitating Dutchtown, the heartland of St. Louis
Some Egyptian help for Harvester
Diplomats, unhappy about Poland, don't think UN debate would help
The West Bank's Arabs -- caught in the middle
Goals for Ghana
After MIRVs -- don't make the same mistake with SLCMs
Holding our own
EPA staff says timing of US cuts is illegal
Burroughs, trying to snap back, aims to please
Tributes to Mr. Canham
Religion and the UN
Mr. Reagan's 'sanctions'
Budget cuts at Archives to hold up Nixon tapes
Japan weighs more aid to its Korean 'defense shield'
New Egyptian government puts stress on economics
Two jazz greats who span an era
Soviets shopped early for grain, blunting impact from any embargo
Bowl games left no doubt: Clemson at top of the heap
Fly now, save later with trading stamps
'82 food costs may be up 9% or so
Mini-tours of neighborhoods by car are their specialty
The many masks of modern art
Challenge for '82: keeping NATO allies together
Reagan plan to help minority businesses is short on success stories
A new 'aide' offers advice on Poland, the allies
Public money and private education
Reagan talks with Schmidt: test of allies?
How Poland paid its bill to West
'You deserve a break'- jail saves on meals
'Angels' press shooting inquiry
Mubarak reshuffles Cabinet to give Egyptians a better deal
Ghana's former President arrested by new regime
Hunt seeks pardon in Watergate case
Court in Virginia confirms missing Filipino's marriage
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