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Monitor Articles for May 5, 2008
Zimbabwe opposition: Will they join a runoff vote?
On China's heels, India vies for its old edge in Africa
Brazil defends ethanol in food-versus-fuel fight
Pakistan's 'Gandhi' party takes on Taliban, Al Qaeda
Turbo-folk music is the sound of Serbia feeling sorry for itself
Palestinian festival of dance – and debate
Iraq increasingly finds itself caught between U.S. and Iran
China and envoys of the Dalai Lama hold talks about Tibet
Reporters on the Job
Indiana: Clinton's next big test
Must Florida pay for felled citrus trees?
States divided on approach to polygamous sect
Letters to the Editor
Ivy Leaguers are bright – but nice?
The old error of 'A New Earth'
The Monitor's View
To be young and voting
A second chance for subprime borrowers
Why U.S. job market has not plunged
Financial Q&A: Is the time ripe for Roth IRA conversions?
College grads face tougher job market
Gasoline-tax reprieve: an idea running on empty
Mother's Day money advice
Tornado-struck Kansas town rebuilds green
A lab in Florida acts as a real-life CSI show ... for manatees
A physicists' playground powers up
Grease bandits strike as biofuel demand rises
Search engines with more sparkle
When innocence and guilt intertwine
The Geese of Beaver Bog
Why a writer needs an agent
To Andrew: At Two
Tell-'tail' sign that our beagle's found a friend
Make the most of volunteer vacations
How to travel with kids in tow
Dan Marino's message: Give of yourself
Vacations with kids: the 'stay-cation'
All five senses – spiritual, permanent