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Monitor Archive for January 27, 1988
Department stores see major savings in scanners
Governments told key to AIDS fight is education. GLOBAL CONFERENCE
A fresh look at Wyeth's Helga paintings, with Heston as guide
Spirit of change wafts over small East European state. Though off limits to most visitors, communist Albania is gradually opening up. Veteran East E...
US and Japan denounce N. Korea on terror. Bombing last year seen as bid to disrupt run-up to S. Korea Olympics
A voice from a mute world sings. Irish poet's prose captures Britain's Whitbread prize
Violence in Gaza and Soweto - the parallels. Desperation of Palestinians and S. Africa blacks stems from similar roots
Contras change terms of Nicaraguan war
Armed with ideas on debt and peace, Mubarak seeks US support. EGYPTIAN LEADER VISITS WASHINGTON
Hart's support: now you see it, now you don't
When it's caucus time in Iowa
Rappers take on apartheid. Stetasonic's benefit record aims at `edutainment'
Are you important?
When the pecans are ready, the trees let you know
Congress in '88: politics, not lawmaking
How bonds - the right ones - fit into back-to-basics investing
Reagan fights congressional efforts to clip his wings. Officials accuse lawmakers of `micromanaging'
Why `Phantom' is an immediate hit. Lyrical Lloyd Webber score is a key contribution in this romantic melodrama
FISH, FABULOUS, FISH. No fish in a flash for food consultant Ann Clark: just fresh taste
Labor waits for consensus candidate. SPLINTERED SUPPORT