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Monitor Articles for July 23, 2008
Beijing announces 'protest pens'
Ethnic Chinese find a voice in Indonesia
Indian government survives no-confidence vote
Holy man, secular plan: clean up the River Ganges
'Clean' squads in the hunt at Tour de France
Karadzic arrest boosts Balkans, international justice
Israelis see worrying pattern in bulldozer attack
South African authorities prepare to deport hundreds of immigrant workers
Reporters on the Job
In Berlin, Obama calls for stronger U.S.-Europe partnership
McCain camp cries foul
Berliners welcome Obama as they did JFK
How one vet's persistence paid off
A city locked out of its own data network
The dilemma of retirement from sports
Serbia's catalyst for stability
Is 'black hole' really a racist term?
The Monitor's View
The (democratic) ties that bind
Global warming could lead to more kittens
Where would America's renewable energy come from?
A town’s bold plan to harness offshore wind
A water pump for the people
Update: A city locked out of its own data network
Fish hum, grunt, and growl to get their message across
"Central Park in the Dark"
The Dirt on Clean
What they're reading in Iran
A California financier emerges as one of the nation’s most prolific philanthropists
A pleasant surprise with purple potatoes
In Oaxaca: tastes that transcend time
A cookbook gift seasoned with love
Reaching beyond racism
When to water ornamental grasses
What's the right number of wineberries?
Hire someone to grow veggies for you?