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Monitor Archive for August 15, 1994



Exodus Small So Far As French Depart Rwanda
At Least Russia Asked the UN for a Mandate
In Health-Care Debate, Lobbyists' Money Flows
N.H. Tries Bootstrap Housing
Palestinian fear police state is in the making
EVENTS
Cuban Americans Reject Another Castro-Backed Refugee Exodus
NATO Tested by Search For New Leader
PUBLIC SERVICES IN PRIVATE HANDS
From Ketchup to Salsa, Tomatoes in Big Demand
House to Retry Crime Bill
Though Unhappy, Mexicans May Vote Again for Ruling Party
Upgrade Taipei's Status
North Korea Trades Nuclear Ambitions For US Technology
PRIVATE PROPERTY & PUBLIC RIGHTS
UN Says Lifting Bosnia Embargo May Hurt Muslims, Help Serbs
At Least Russia Asked the UN for a Mandate
Stand Up for Macedonia
PRIVATE PROPERTY 7 PUBLIC RIGHTS
Partisan Taint
Majority Leader Sees Crime Bill Shifting to Right
Breyer Wants to Enhance Trust in Justice System
When Everything Is Going Wrong
Bomb Found At Vermont Birth-Control Clinic
I Sit
Plutonium Heist Renews Concerns of Nuclear Catastrophe
Business Adds Elder Care To Its Menu of Benefits
The Last Home Run Of the 1994 Season? Some Analysts Say No
Wampanoag Tribal Building Reflects Native American Values
Edinburgh Explodes With Festival Events