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Monitor Archive for June 12, 1996
Church Burnings Ignite Unity
Smog May Force Southwest To Apply Brakes to Growth
Tips on Making Your Trips Trouble-Free
CD Trilogy Pays Tribute To Evocative, Elegiac Music Of Greek Composer
Tourism Booms as World's Middle Class Goes Trekking
Ivory Coast Wives Worry Multiple Marriages May Return
How Abortion Plank Affects Dole's Chances
Small Professional Theaters Stick Together
Monitor Writer Wins Award For Foreign 'Story of Year'
Computers Offer New Path Out of Brazil's Slums
News In Brief
Personalities and Government
One Man's Rock Is Another's Holy Site
Big Deficit in Germany Raises Odds for 'Euro'
Bangladeshis Hope Vote Settles Rivalry of Two Strong Women
When Theater Companies Experience Lean Years
Russia's Army: A Loose Cannon In Power Transfer
Garrulous Lott Is A Noisy Standout In Staid Senate
Brussels Holds the Key To Cyprus Solution
3-D Mapping Plus Incentives Equals Texas-Coast Oil Boom
Words We Wish We'd Met Sooner
Israel's Peace Constituency
Awakened by A Wet-Nosed Alarm Clock
In Praise of Individualism
Finding an Asian Identity After Years 'in Hollywood'
African Tradition Of Polygamy Faces Economic, Legal Challenges
Peace Gets a Chance In Sarajevo Conclave
American director Peter Sellars stages Handel's oratorio 'Theodora' at a premier European summer festival