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Monitor Archive for July 14, 1994

Life in the City of God
UNITA, Angola, and Calls for Reconciliation
Heat Fuels US Air-Conditioner Shortage
The Line Of Demarcation
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS
New York Reins In Street Art
Mothers and Daughters In Search of Themselves
Exit of UN Monitors Raises Tensions in Haiti
Building a Democratic Citizenry Requires a Global Effort
MANGO SALSA
`Fly Our Friendly Skies'
Mexican Party Accused of Pushing Post-Vote Unrest
Kim Jong Il Set To Take Helm in North Korea
US Public, Latin Leaders Cool to Invasion of Haiti
`Retirement Pregnancies': Are Limits Needed?
UN Draws Plans to Return Bosnian Refugees
Sailing Off on a Tropical Fruit Expedition
Britain and France Pressure Rival Factions To Sign Bosnia Map
The Primal Symbolism of a Tree
Clinton Tour of Georgia Focuses on Flood Victims
A Fascination With Flowers
Highs - and Lows - of Baseball '94
Running Rwanda's Gantlet
Cleared Teamsters' Head Continues Union's Reform
Caterpillar Labor Dispute Has National Implications
Recent Czech Bank Scandals Taint Economic Reforms
Nigerian Unions Raise Stakes In Standoff With Military Regime
Lawsuit dropped against church
Bosnia War-Crimes Tribunal Could Be Boosted by CSCE
EVENTS
MIXED EXOTIC-FRUIT GAZPACHO
Fiery Tale of `Brimstone' Debuts in the Berkshires
... Spelling Was King At the Cherry Festival
Identity Cards Suggested to Deter Illegal Aliens From Taking US Jobs
WORTH NOTING ON TV
US Fans Tell The Baseball Leagues: One Strike and You'r-r-re Out

COMCAST TRIES TO BREAK UP CBS-QVC MERGER WITH RIVAL BID
Bank Stocks Outperform Most Major Market Indexes
An Ascendant Germany