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Monitor Archive for April 29, 1993

`Reign of Terror' Over in Seat of Peru's Maoist Revolution
INSURANCE INDUSTRY TAKES ANOTHER HIT
Ethnic Vietnamese Flee Cambodia, But a Wary Hanoi Mutes Protest
Yeltsin's Next Move
Scowcroft: US Can't Stop Balkans War
Crows
Yemen's `Remarkable' Elections Are a First for Arabian Peninsula
Authentic Authority and Shared Values
Society's Problem, Not Just Navy's
Nathalie Dupree Reveals Real Southern Cuisine
Under the Scrutiny Of the Hiring Committee
Don't meddle with mining law
US Troops End Somali Tour, Hand Over Command
EMPLOYERS, EDUCATORS SUPPORT YOUTH APPRENTICESHIPS
Our priceless forests
Careening Into the Next Century
WORTH NOTING ON TV
NAFTA and the Mexico Factor
Serenity Captured in Natural Light. `Lens and Light' is a series showcasing the work of Monitor staff photographers. Part 5 of an occasional series
For Yeltsin and His Reforms, Time Is Short
EVENTS
NAFTA and the Mexico Factor
Role as Power Broker In Pakistan Hurts Bhutto's Credibility
Congress Considers Boosting EPA to Cabinet-Level Agency
Real Aid for Bosnia, Now
A Generous Array of Child-Raising Benefits
Hostage Standoff Persists At Costa Rica's High Court
US Weighs Talk With Terrorists
CORRECTION COCorrection for
`Rebuild L.A.' Finds Itself At Center of Controversy

Ironies Within Ironies
Clinton Slip-Ups May Open Way For GOP Wins
Quotas Boost Political Clout
`Beneficial' Bugs Control Pests and Eat Their Way Into a Booming Business
Missing: Germany's Women Workers
Network to Help Foresters Adjust to Free Trade
Valuing the Treasures of Truth
Foley Says GOP Won't Repeat Stimulus Win
For a Strong OAS, Choose Leader Wisely
PEPPER BISCUITS
G-7 Meeting Could Boost President's Plan