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Monitor Articles for January 11, 2008
Positive radio brings calm to tense Kenya slum
Colombian leftist guerrillas free two high-level hostages
Pakistan: push for polls despite suicide bombing
French love affair with Sarkozy is fading
Even with sanctions, Syrians embrace KFC and Gap
Palestinians little moved by Bush visit
New evidence sparks uncertainty over US-Iran naval incident in Hormuz
When pieces of national parks go on sale, U.S. can't pay
In '08 Democratic battle, it's Obama's movement vs. Clinton's campaign
Sparks fly in Padilla sentencing hearing
With the Golden Globes called off, Hollywood assesses the damages
Gadgets you won't see at this week's consumer electronics show ... but should
Machines with a mind of their own
Letters to the Editor
Don't just read for fun
A mistaken apology for slavery
The Monitor's View
How 'green' are the world's banks?
Nonprofit slips in race for cheap laptop for world's poor kids
The Tenth Muse: My Life in Food
Meet the fake Steve Jobs...
The original Dog Whisperer – unleashed
The '3:10 to Yuma' is a ride worth taking
'Nanking' weeps over the dark occupation of China
This 'Bucket' feels listless
New on television: 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' and 'Comanche Moon'
In Peru, Novalima bangs the drums of change
Peewee basketball: entertaining chaos
Items on and off the radar screen
Let God's peace prevail