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Monitor Articles for August 7, 2008
In Kenya, two protagonists and the conciliators
Watching over what we watch
In medals race, more countries in running
Former Chinese soccer star pushes a radical idea: sports for fun
Morgan Hamm: Injuries keep another star gymnast from Beijing
Can Pakistan clean up its intelligence agency?
France rejects Rwanda's genocide accusations
Spain, Italy: Two tactics for tackling illegal immigration
Queen Rania takes to Web to break stereotypes of Arabs
In Iraq, troops balance fighting and lending a hand
Olmert pushes ahead on Palestinian, Syrian peace tracks
Legal debate continues after the first conviction of a Guantánamo detainee
Reporters on the Job
U.S. shifts 'hearts and minds' fight
FBI: Ivins held identical anthrax strain
Verdict in bin Laden driver war crimes trial
Controversial Air Force tanker contract reopened
Too few low-income college students?
Letters to the Editor
Congress's unsound fury over Big Oil
Practical – or wasteful – abundance?
The Monitor's View
Build bridges in Turkey
Why is Wal-Mart lobbying against carbon-offset guidelines?
Buildings designed by termites
Computers “learn” to walk
World’s tiniest snake
Europe’s Large Hadron Collider tests the bounds of physics – and budgets
The Pixar Touch
Teens and books
Through the river and over the falls
More Mail Bag matches
The Olympic spirit and today's Games
Like a breath of sea air in the garden
Short grass needs mowing more often
Garden siteseeing in Britain