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Monitor Articles for December 11, 2008
Cuban activists say they were beaten on eve of 60th human rights anniversary
Two years after its launch, Mexicans question President Calderón's drug war
What will Ingrid Betancourt's South America tour accomplish?
In Basilan, Philippines, a US counterterrorism model frays
India: Pakistan must sustain resolve
Will strike and riots bring Greek government down?
Maliki's tenure on ice as rift with Kurds widens
India overhauls national security after Mumbai attacks
Britain abuzz over a new plan to arm bobbies with Tasers
Reporters on the Job
President Bush and online media’s growing impact
Corruption winds through Illinois politics
Auto bailout clears House; bigger hurdle ahead
Obama plans major speech in Muslim world to ‘reboot’ America’s image abroad
Pollster: Voters like Obama, hate economy, will ignore Blagojevich
Healthcare: Obama presses ahead
US, world influence over Mugabe limited
A tattered safety net for US unemployed
New life for Atlanta's English Avenue
Letters to the Editor
The petroleum and poverty paradox
How we finally won the ballot question on greyhound racing
The Monitor's View
Shock and gall in Illinois
Optimism fading for Poland climate talks
What's an 'energy czar,' anyway?
With black holes, astronomers learn to go with the flow
Laptop batteries leap forward, go green
The Poisonwood Bible
Getting comfortable reading books on your cell phone
A personal shopper for books
Astronomer finds CO2 in exoplanet's atmosphere
The holiday-gift moment of truth: ‘Wear’ am I?
Ignoring the Christmas letter dos and don'ts
Sounds like Greek to me
Prayer that defeats economic darkness
The 12 days of Christmas plants -- Norfolk Island pine