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Monitor Articles for January 16, 2009
War crimes charges rattle Sudan
After turmoil, hopes for stability with new Thai prime minister
As atheists roll out London ads, believers unruffled
Cease-fire efforts under way as Gaza conflict simmers
Israel's last surge before a Gaza cease-fire?
Amid broad Israeli support for Gaza war, a rare dissenting voice
In Egyptian hospitals, an opaque window on Gaza war
Pakistan cracks down on Lashkar-e-Taiba
Russian gas cutoff energizes nuclear comeback
As she leaves, Bush's press secretary has some advice for reporters
Bush's swan song: Pride in country, few regrets
Dana Perino: Reporters are fair and we need more of them!
Barack Obama already inaugurated! (In Legoland)
Obama and Bush both praise US Airways pilot
Stars, famous and not-so-famous, descend on DC for huge inaugural parties
New worries about meth trends
Pilot was a 'hero,' but are more coming along for airlines to hire?
FROM OUR FILES: Andrew Wyeth - show probes the man and his art
Letters to the Editor
Time to forcefully oust Mugabe
In praise of pragmatic foreign policy
The Monitor's View
Ukraine needlessly pokes Russia
Bank of America's $1.8 billion loss dims its prospects
Scramble for solutions as foreclosures rise at record speed
A modern bank run on Citigroup and Bank of America
Coal ash legislation introduced in House
EarthTalk: When is it best to buy a more fuel-efficient car?
Horizon highlights – Motown edition
Methane on Mars. Does that mean... life?
In appreciation of John Mortimer
Do we really need eight Madoff books?
Mars methane: from microbes or minerals?
Presidents and sports: How does Obama stack up?
A translator's task – to disappear
Obama's call to arts
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
Over the hedge
What Martin Luther King Jr. taught me
Your label here: the power of words in a picture
To judge by character, not race