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Monitor Archive for September 27, 1988
Decathlon, heptathlon identify `world's greatest athletes'
Amazon gold rush leaves behind dross. The sparkle of gold dust is luring thousands of Brazilians into the Amazon rain forest. But with the miners co...
Refugees and fairness
Karachi slum: a Pakistani flash point. SIMMERING TENSIONS
Candidates word wrestle to a draw. New focus on Dukakis's ideas
News item: Pentagon eyes Palau Islands
A PLACE TO STAY THE NIGHT, NOT A SOLUTION TO FAMILY PROBLEMS
British crack force `on trial'
Bush held his own with many
Brand-new `Forbidden Broadway' romps over 1988's hits
Zimbabwe leads Africa on several fronts. In the eight years since assuming power, Zimbabwe's President, Robert Mugabe, has encouraged remarkable gro...
Never give up your sandals
And in case you didn't know...
GM's own parts operations look more competitive. Outside suppliers say `safe' contracts are being canceled or not renewed
Mugabe's policies get credit for successes
Of course I'll decide on a candidate - tomorrow
Monumental statue makes special trip worthwhile. TRAVEL: KAMAKURA'S `GREAT BUDDHA'
Hold the highway salt. A road de-icer made from landfill runoff could substitute for the salt that corrodes cars, bridges, and underground cables an...
Ozal to stay on despite weak showing in Turkish referendum
South Seas Romeo and Juliet
Activists say gold-rushers trample Indian rights
Is there pork in Canadian oil barrels? Mulroney charged with aiding refiners just before election
9 YEARS OLD, 19 LBS., AND A FOSTER CHILD
US-UN chill starts to thaw. Reagan speech symbolizes new attitude toward world body
A welcome debate
Israel targets Arab farmers. Palestinians worry that West Bank olive crop will be next victim of Army's campaign to squash uprising
Prayer and fighting forest fires
Weather satellite also helps fishermen in distress
Commandos or ruthless assassins? Gibraltar inquest heightens scrutiny of British elite regiment
Oranges. From prairie hedgerows to today's popular juice
A campaign stumbling from lack of vision
Taxpayers to pay for thrift industry bailout. One out of every six savings-and-loan institutions is going bankrupt. Estimates of the cost to save th...
FOSTER CARE DOESN'T GUARANTEE SAFETY
Haiti's opposition speaks out: wants elections and more purges
Zimbabwe creates an `agriculture miracle' in Africa - but can the continent's newest nation sustain it?