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Monitor Articles for October 1, 2009
Honduras: censored Radio Globo quadruples listeners by going online
China's 60th anniversary: from Mao's ideology to iPhones
Indonesia earthquake toll rises as survivors await relief
Samoa tsunami lesson: Early warning system too slow
Binge drinking spreads to Italy
Iran nuclear talks in Geneva: What is Tehran's strategy?
Israel bombs Gaza smuggling tunnels
At 60th anniversary parade, China heralds 'new era' with old-school show
Support for abortion slips ... because Obama is pro-choice?
With ban, Obama declares war on texting while driving
Democrats losing independents. Republicans can only smile.
US strategy at Iran nuclear talks: threaten sanctions
Supreme Court to review ban on certain aid to terrorist groups
Why police are keeping quiet on Census worker Sparkman death
Fossil upends theories about evolution of human ancestors
At summit, calls for more states to ban texting while driving
Achievement gaps narrowing in US schools since No Child Left Behind
To win in Afghanistan Obama must learn from Vietnam
On its 60th anniversary, China is still crushing freedom
Nukes aside, the real problem with Iran
The Monitor's View
Europe's future in Irish hands
Talk to the Editor with John Yemma for October 1: Israelis and Palestinians
Consumer spending, job numbers indicate uneven recovery
Saturn: Why one of Detroit's brightest hopes failed
This week's Top 8 intriguing job offers
Car sales down, but Ford is catching its Japanese rivals
Money Daily Brief: Jobless claims rise; personal income also up
Endangered Ugandan gorillas join Facebook, MySpace
Next week, keep a lookout for the harvest moon
State of the Internet: Most attacks from China; S. Korea is fastest
New Google search filter helps cut down on commercial clutter
Twitter feeling a little hectic lately? Help is on the way.
Video: Google rolls out new search aide for mobile phones
Books + videos = Vooks?
Combating the threat of swine flu
Hundreds of volunteer plants sprout, thanks to hurricane