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Monitor Articles for June 27, 2008

As famine looms in Ethiopia, only the neediest get food aid
Mandela's words on Zimbabwe resonate widely
How tiny Jamaica develops so many champion sprinters
In embattled Kosovo, Serb professor teaches common ground
Euro 2008: Russian soccer team revives nationalism
France's stance on sushi fishery causes E.U. friction
Militant Hamas as reluctant moderator
World
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Reporters on the Job
USA
High court strikes down 'millionaire's amendment'
Ban torture for security's sake, coalition tells Bush
U.S. eases North Korea's isolation
Veterans Affairs secretary: New GI benefits a plus
Ban torture for security's sake, coalition tells Bush
U.S. eases North Korea's isolation
Alaskans call oil-spill payment 'tragic'
Supreme Court asserts broad gun rights
High court strikes down 'millionaire's amendment'
My basement has turned into an air conditioner museum
Fuel-saving tips you might have overlooked
California water shortages to boost some crop prices
Letters to the Editor
Opinion Georgia and Russia can avoid war – if the West helps
Opinion Let's be surprised – don't put so much faith in personal technology
The Monitor's View A housing-rescue bubble
To lower oil price, boost the buck?
Citing environmental concerns, US freezes new solar plant construction
Spain to grant some human rights to apes
Virginia coal-fired power plant approved
How to eat seafood sustainably
A holistic approach to saving the sea
Wanted: inner-city supermarkets
Horizon highlights – 6.27.08
The seaport that could slip away
Self-publishing for kids
New documentary takes frank look at steroids use in sports
Graphic novels, all grown up
Six picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
The other mortgage crisis
Over the hedge
'What's a slave, Mommy?'
Learning from the bees
WWOOFing in Normandy
Watch those weeds
The lawn mower as style statement