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Monitor Articles for January 22, 2009
Will Rwandan troops help in Congo?
In Ecuador, gang members trade guns for scissors and nail polish
Fighting threatens Sri Lankan civilians
Venice floodgate plan: boon or boondoggle?
After Israeli withdrawal, Hamas asserts victory in Gaza
Pakistan detains London bombing suspect
Scotland turns to 18th-century poet for economic stimulus
Björk to the rescue with feminine values?
Campaigning in Iraq
International news roundup – Jan. 22
Citizen justice among indigent Bolivian communities
Obama's Mideast envoy George Mitchell brings patience, resolve
US Ambassador warns of 'precipitious' US exit from Iraq
New White House press secretary's first time in the hot seat
Obama moves to overhaul 'war on terror' practices
Obama's first big moves
With Obama, what change for Mideast?
Obama takes another oath of office (just to be sure)
Obama's first day on the job
Obama wins the BlackBerry war
Joe Biden - making jokes, irritating Obama
It's now easier for judges to determine immunity for public officials
US Supreme Court says parents can sue school officials under discrimination laws
The role of religion under Obama
Sorting out Guantánamo detainees
Letters to the Editor
Israel's bigger battle ahead: its national identity
Latin America's democracy crossroad
The Monitor's View
Obama's first crisis: dud banks
New refinance boomlet may lift economy, a bit
A hybrid? Forget it, say rising number of pickup buyers.
What it might take for the US to remain No. 1
Financial Q&A: Will interest earned on a CD still be there after a bank fails?
Will social safety net survive Iceland’s crisis?
Best actor: Apple, IBM, or J Crew?
Downturn exposes Google's strengths, Microsoft's flaws
Obama halts some of Bush's 'midnight rules'
US forests hold new evidence of global warming
Worldwide race to make better batteries
Flying high, Apple nixes rumored netbook
Q&A with GM's hybrid chief Robert Kruse
How to Talk to Girls
"Spirited defense" of a banned book
"Read, kiddo, read" hopes to bring kids to books
How I escaped reform school
In search of old-world charm
Peace on earth – it's a promise