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Monitor Articles for February 15, 2008
A Congo warlord – arrested for crimes against humanity – explains himself
Venezuelan FARC victims to Chávez: 'What about us?'
Spielberg helps spoil China's hope for a politics-free Olympics
Security a top concern for Pakistani voters in northwest city
In Pakistani election, a big swing vote
Why Kosovo's independence bid is unique
As elections near, Putin assures Russia of a smooth transition
Two Beirut rallies. Two visions for Lebanon.
Pilot wrongfully accused of 9/11 ties can seek damages from Britain
Reporters on the job
House set to let warrantless eavesdropping law lapse
McCain still fighting for conservative GOP support
Bush trip to a bastion of support - Africa
U.S. 'citizen diplomats' honored for volunteering abroad
Drought-stricken Georgia, eyeing Tennessee River, revives old border feud
Chicago looks to 'turnarounds' to lift failing schools
Letters to the Editor
How social business can create a world without poverty
The Monitor's View
Face-off by Facebook
Bernanke tells Congress U.S. outlook to improve later this year
Best U.S. factory jobs in rising jeopardy
For these gods, an earthly respite
Into it: Junot Díaz
In the Middle East, women directors unspool social commentary
'Definitely, Maybe,' not worth it
New in theaters
'Jumper' takes a leap of logic
New on DVD: 'No Reservations' and 'Gone Baby Gone'
Tubegazing: 'Inside the Vietnam War'
Percussionists drum up interest among orchestra fans
How much do you know about America's presidents?
Folk etymology comes to the suburbs
A Presidents' Day prayer