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Monitor Articles for October 24, 2008
Nigerian man with 86 wives faces a 'fatwa'
Latin America better girded for financial crisis
Brits try to retrieve assets frozen in Icelandic banks
Chances for peace emerge in Mideast clashes
The lasting impact of 1983 Beirut attack
Prominent journalist's murder roils Croatia
OPEC to cut oil production by 5 percent
Reporters on the Job
Democratic strategists: Election could herald a 'lost generation' for GOP
The new voter: A Southern black man stands to be counted
Florida Congressman dodges debate as campaign implodes
More Republicans jump ship - Weld, McClellan support Obama
Fallout of US-India nuke deal
Detroit's Big Three: Purge the urge to merge.
More U.S. troops to Afghanistan?
The Monitor's View
Reach out to Zimbabwe's generals
UN climate chief says media not getting it
Ecofriendly is good business
Living lightly: Condos go ecofriendly
PopTech conference lifts the lid on a cauldron of innovative ideas
Horizon highlights – Versus edition
'Project M' aims to combat AIDS using cellphones
The Widows of Eastwick
The Ayatollah Begs to Differ
Nights of Rain and Stars
Oprah's endorsement: a coup for Kindle
Iceland’s new island is an exclusive club – for scientists only
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor Staff
How Estonians sang their way to freedom
Review: 'Synecdoche, New York'
Review: 'I've Loved You So Long'
Review: 'Pride and Glory'
Polishing our understanding of a useful little prefix
Vivid fall foliage in a vibrant Vermont town
A fresh look at aging
What does 'medium light' mean?