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Monitor Articles for May 12, 2008
Darfur rebel raid stirs Sudan-Chad war
Music transforms kids and towns in remote area of Bolivia
U.S. to mine N. Korean papers for answers, progress
Burma (Myanmar): An unbending junta still blocks aid
U.S. helicopters cause stir in Thai town on Burma border
Lebanese Army steps into Beirut fray
Hasty truce with Moqtada al-Sadr tests his sway in Baghdad stronghold
Women on two wheels: A Middle East dialogue tour
Sri Lanka election called 'mandate' to defeat rebel Tamil Tigers
Reporters on the Job
In congressional races, Republicans are losing ground
Obama shifts sights to McCain and the general election
As Pakistan changes, should U.S. policy?
Private philanthropy's global reach
Letters to the Editor
Microsoft and Yahoo: Where were the mediators?
An up-close view of brutality in Darfur
The Monitor's View
Why pump prices need to stay high
Find out if you are financially fit to buy a home
Oil Shock 2?
Telecommuters: Invisible workers?
'Oil Shockwave' scenario: How the U.S. might deal with a terrorist strike
How investing for yourself can help your children
Why the presidential candidates won't talk about Israel
DDT showing up in Antarctic penguins
Now it's easier to play green
More signs of trouble for corn
Laptop reliability – the best and worst
Living on the Black
If you love sports, learn to write
Personal secretary to my son
When black baseball players had a league of their own
Smiles and hope in Afghanistan
A safe return on horseback
Cutting grass short