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Monitor Archive for June 3, 1987
India and Sri Lanka at impasse over Tamil issue
Senate TV - no threat to `Cosby'. But approval is general after a year of gavel-to-gavel coverage
Peace of mind
Oiler goalie an undersung Stanley Cup hero for NHL champions
Superpowers' opportunity in the Gulf
Israel debates risks of investigating national security service. Critics want full inquiry, while man on street fears revelations could harm securit...
Rev. Sullivan may scrap S.African business code, back pullout
SAFETY IN THE SKIES. Low number of air accidents masks an eroding margin of safety
Soviets praise anti-alcohol drive. But they call for firmer supervision by officials
Shipping plutonium to Japan. Proposed US-Japan plan raises safety concern
American REGIONAL FOOD - NORTHWEST. Pike Place Market: Northwest's best
Attacked Stark belongs to class of frigate with long history of controversy
Kohl and Euromissiles
Abrams, in hot seat over contras, is no stranger to controversy
Mutual funds shift their loads to compete
Poland finds its progress toward normalization is stymied
Theater's Valjean. `Les Mis'erables' star Colm Wilkinson finds Hugo's epic about the redemptive power of love as persuasive today as it was a centur...
Sing me a song of protest
American REGIONAL FOOD - NORTHWEST. A local family's specialties
A mystery and a melodrama. Vargas Llosa's `whodunit' probes deep into responsibility
Who knows who among us is waiting to be heard?
From grime to shine. Missing out on massive urban renewal may be the best thing that ever happened to Providence, R.I.
Come campaign time, English master art of oddball politics. Eccentricity has a field day on political fringes