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Monitor Articles for February 11, 2008
Exxon fights Chávez' Venezuela for compensation in courts
Burma's censors monitor Internet, newspapers - and poets
Pakistani parties rally amid terror threat
Impoverished Serb tennis on a roll
Report on fossil finds? Burmese censors say no.
Turkey votes to lift head-scarf ban, but battle continues
U.S. spotlights Al Qaeda in Iraq weakness
Iran sees less threat in exiled MKO militants
Burma promises democratic elections
Reporters on the Job
Obama Sweeps 3 States, Huckabee Takes 2
Clinton-Obama: perils of a long Democratic battle
Congress and the economy: After stimulus bill, what next?
Congress eyes defense cuts
As writers' strike nears end, Hollywood assesses the damage
Letters to the Editor
The case for a national primary
On judges, don't doubt McCain's conservatism
The Monitor's View
Tobacco: an inconvenient weed
A Week's Worth: Quick takes on the world of work and money
Homeless: Can you build a life from $25?
Office romance? First, sign a contract.
Financial Q&A: Tactics to avoid double taxation on retirement funds
Election-year politics: Why immigration reform will have to wait
Germany’s real-life melodrama
Cooperstown run amok
Where Was I?
A belated Valentine's Day treat
Quiet choice behind the curtain
Sir Edmund Hillary on top of the world
The Dead Sea Scrolls' message for today