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Monitor Archive for April 13, 1994


International Mediators Begin Bid To Resolve South African Impasse
Clinton to Ban Taiwan's Wildlife Products
Women Show Gains in Science and Math
America's Hispanics Lament A Low Profile in Business
Israel eyes former Soviet market
British Local Elections Could Weaken Major's Hold on His Party
Pennsylvania attorney general accused of ties to poker firms
Royalty, Commoners All Fall for Niagara
1944: The Boys Of a Wartime Spring
Switzerland's Alpine Transport Alternative
Switzerland's Alpine Transport Alternative
The Problem With MFN
Survey: Americans Bet on Chance
Rwanda Engulfed in Week Of Ethnic Warfare
Millions in poverty as Asia booms
A New Political Structure Slowly Evolves in Japan
Health-Plan Options Would Widen Choices
A Slice of Canada in Northern Siberia
CORRECTION
British Columbia Is for Tourists Who Dig Flowers
Polish Political Dispute Shakes Fledgling Market
Climate and Pollution Could Be Causes of Crumbling Coral Reefs
Businesses Push Conservation
All Parties Are Welcome, But Leave Guns at Door
Chicago Targeted for Gambling

`The Land of Anne' Beckons With Beauty, History - and a Few Quirks
US Hopes Bosnia Airstrikes Prod Serbs Toward Talks
Calmer Voices Needed
VISITING TORONTO
Flood
New Trade Rules for the Weak
EVENTS LEADING TO NATO ACTION NEAR GORAZDE
Are the Media Biased?
The Shape of Yes
VISITING VANCOUVER
US, Russia Work To Restart Talks on Bosnia
Social Security Could Go Broke by 2036, Study Says
TIPS FOR AMERICAN VISITORS
Praying for Ourselves And the World
Free TV - a Survivor
For Playwright Hwang, Mediums Change While Themes Stay the Same
As Winter Thaws, Broadway Heats Up
Latin America Climbs Out of Its Economic Hole
Coming Up in Canada
The Computer Key To Literary Insight
Still Clean, but Dull No More: `Toronto the Vibrant' Emerges
EVENTS
Electronic Toll Road to Ease The Road Much Traveled
Although Talks Continue, Support For Israeli-PLO Accord Wanes