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Monitor Articles for May 30, 2008

Inside Zimbabwe's healthcare crisis
Europe balks at $8 a gallon gas
Global cluster-bomb ban draws moral line in the sand
Rogue Sadr militias roam Baghdad
U.S.-Iran regional power plays shift
Arab states still wary of investing in Iraq
Britain should talk to Al Qaeda, says N. Ireland's top cop
Reporters on the Job
World
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USA
Ex-spokesman McClellan sours on Bush in tell-all book
Ex-spokesman McClellan sours on Bush in tell-all book
How Pelosi tends a more divergent flock
Michigan and Florida: the Democrats' trickiest decision
After earthquake, China welcomes U.S. military
Sometimes, taking things literally can lead to confusion
'Swedish Seven' win hearts of Detroit's hockey faithful
Letters to the Editor
Opinion A one-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis
Opinion Return to paper ballots? Not so fast.
The Monitor's View A critical mess over Iran
Imports fall, improving U.S. trade balance
Kids: Fixing the U.S. economy one Lego at a time
Stuff you don't need
Five online eco-games
Unlikely residents: Tropical parrots thrive in US cities
Space station to get its largest lab
Why pterosaurs were probably landlubbers
Old malware dies hard
State of the Net
A story told with help from literature's giants
Morality for Beautiful Girls
The book whisperer
Portraits from Ireland's fringe
Museums wrestle with preserving art that's not made to last
Jazz prodigy Esperanza Spalding, still eager to teach – and learn
Velázquez with a 'lisp,' and the center of English
To promote an upturn in the global economy
Mulch from the lawn
Bud and blossom – symbols of hope
When is a petunia not a petunia?