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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
World
Reporters on the job
USA
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
Opinion 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
Byzantium surprise
For these gods, an earthly respite
Monitor Picks
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
Presidential bedfellows
A Presidents' Day prayer