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Monitor Archive for January 12, 1994

Activists Call on Clinton For Broad Investigation Of Federal Police Practices
Du Maurier and Rebecca Revisited
New Gold Mining Activity Surges Ahead in Australia
Bridge Will Be First Link in a New Transportation Network
Able Were We, on the Abel Tasman Track
East Meets West in College Classes
Violence and Choice
Hearings Target Quality Of School-Lunch Programs
`Partnership' Is Fine, for Now
Salinas Shifts Strategy on Rebellion
ANC-AVF TALKS STILL POSSIBLE
Need for Official US Broadcasts Remains
Fire Damage in Australia Leaves Questions Behind

Russia's New Parliament May Prove Just as Problematic for Yeltsin
Partnership for Peace Already Needs Overhaul
Traditional Foes Take New Tack On Growth
After a Slow Start in Europe, Clinton `Cranks'
Have Tots ... Will Travel: Business Opens to a New Era
Brazil Working to Protect Children
Waco Defendants Go on Trial
Brazil Working to Protect Children
Nigeria's New Leader Turns Back the Clock On Market Reforms
The Young Tree
Global Research Needs a Unified Approach
US Takes Lead in Security Moves
A New Dawn Along the Mekong
$500,000 PRIZE WILL RECOGNIZE INVENTORS
A Few Helpful Hints if You Go
EVENTS
Political Crisis Threatens Unity Of Two Yemens
Peeking Into the Unknown
MEKONG ECOLOGY THREATENED BY SILTATION, DEFORESTATION
Whitewater Won't Sink President, Leach Says
Common Goals Draw US, Europe Together
Local Style, National Presence
Notes on the Media
True Independence: Dependence on God
The Enigmatic Voice of a Tree