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Monitor Articles for February 8, 2008
Kenya talks focus on easing violence
After floods, Mexico's Tabasco rebounds
Money woes threaten Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal
Pakistan: Musharraf allies' election prospects fade
Serbian PM blocks EU pact over Kosovo, despite vote
With independence looming, Kosovo to pick a flag
Scotland Yard: Bhutto killed by bomb, not bullet
Reporters on the Job
In rare agreement, Congress OKs rebate checks
Why Romney fell short in '08 presidential race
Election '08 (to an 8-year-old)
Romney out: Will conservatives move to McCain?
Humor: A dog becomes a victim of identity theft
In tornadoes' wake, neighbors came through
U.S. nuclear plant safety checks system under fire
Al Qaeda still a threat to U.S., intelligence chiefs say
Hand-built bicycles pedal into the mainstream
Letters to the Editor
Arab charity is blooming – no thanks to America
Sovereign wealth funds: China's potent economic weapon
The Monitor's View
More 'troops' for U.S. diplomacy
Mortgage crisis fallout spreads to 'muni market'
Grisham's latest has plenty of 'Appeal'
Into it: Ronald Harwood
New on DVD: 'Becoming Jane' and 'The Jane Austen Book Club'
'In Bruges,' the scenery is nice; these tourists, not so much
Only 'Fools' rush in...
Tubegazing: 'Six Degrees Could Change the World'
At Grammys, zydeco music gets a spark of renewal
A stem-to-stern review of 'stem'
Essay: The moon we all share
For the love of peace
California toll road proposal voted down