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Monitor Articles for May 29, 2008
Support wanes for Argentina's 'Hillary'
China quake: Controls cautiously lifted on flood of volunteers
Oxford shakes up British higher education with fundraising drive
Serbian signs of the times are not in Cyrillic
A reporter returns to Iraq – and finds guarded optimism
Palestinian cell service still on hold
Israeli Prime Minister Olmert faces increasingly precarious tenure
Afghanistan violence rises, weakening Karzai government
Reporters on the Job
Bob Barr is new piece in electoral puzzle
U.S. rebuilds French connection
U.S. courts best venue to try terror cases, study says
McCain's middle way on nuclear weapons
Letters to the Editor
When talking with terrorists makes sense
$4 gas – it's our fault
The Monitor's View
The big chill on carbon offsets
ExxonMobil cuts off funding to (some) climate deniers
Are hybrids too quiet?
From slideshow to opera
Group sends bamboo homes to China’s quake zone
Water-rich New England builds ... a desalination plant?
How does your city’s carbon footprint stack up?
Is water becoming ‘the new oil’?
Our universe is far brighter than it seems
A bright idea for easing traffic
Marketing Rorschach test
Balance America’s checkbook. Be a 'Budget Hero.'
The Places in Between
The makings of an author
Listen – God is speaking to us!
Charles Darwin, gardener
A new take on garden recycling
Garden visits via Web