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Monitor Articles for March 31, 2008
Zimbabwe opposition claims election win
For China, Olympics are a time to display – and to conceal
Alternative torch tours tout political efforts
Independence strains Kosovo's police force
Sadr reins in Shiite militiamen, sends mixed signals
Rice trumpets progress in Middle East
Portrait of a veteran Iranian revolutionary
Pakistan's prime minister broaches Taliban peace
Reporters on the Job
Arizona considers a guest worker program of its own
States fight as REAL ID deadline nears
All-male, plus-size cheerleading squad set to debut for Florida Marlins
Rise of the 'rock star' school superintendent
Bangkok talks to set timetable on global-warming pact
Antigang group turns New York thugs into college students
Letters to the Editor
Second thoughts on Beijing's new Olympic-inspired architecture
Who is free from public comment?
The Monitor's View
NATO caution on Ukraine, Georgia
Financial Q&A: Paying to launch children, and still saving for retirement
New car loans stretch to greater lengths
Vocation vacations: Job-auditing firm turns career switch dreams into reality
Might the Fed profit from the financial crisis?
A Week's Worth: Quick takes on the world of work and money.
Mortgage mess: Who gets help and who pays?
The odd, remarkable, yet true story of Jumbo the circus elephant
Pritzker architecture prize goes to Jean Nouvel of France
What's in your wallet?
Essay: To garden – or not to garden?
The Olympics' eternal flame