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Monitor Articles for February 13, 2008
One man aims to bring Sudan's nights back to life
Japanese men shout the oft-unsaid: 'I love you'
Pakistan's political future? It's all in the family.
Hungary's anti-Roma militia grows
Rift threatens U.S. antidote to Al Qaeda in Iraq
Putin threatens to aim missiles at Ukraine
Reporters on the Job
Potomac primaries: Obama on a streak with Clinton in turmoil
Republicans, Democrats jockey on earmark reform
Huckabee: Republicans deserve a choice
Four arrested on charges of spying for China
With Gates's shift on drawdowns, little reprieve ahead for U.S. Army in Iraq
After the tornadoes: Rebuilding a campus, piece by piece
Lakes Mead and Powell could run dry by 2021
Internet helps Americans save more energy every year
Letters to the Editor
The conservative revolt over McCain
Don't blame market breakdown on subprimes
The Monitor's View
Calderón's back-to-Mexico plan
Paulson, lenders to help homeowners stave off foreclosure
China's economic growth can soften U.S. slump
Twitter: How news and politics plays on a popular social networking service
Thrilling woes of that thing called ‘love story’
A Rose for Emily
The List Project: a commitment to helping Iraqis find refuge in the US
Pastries to please the palates of presidents
Monitor follow-up: Why did our taste-testers reject the 'real' lasagna?
Who gets to propose next time?
When is a hat not a hat? When it's a valentine.
Child soldiers – a call to prayer