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Monitor Articles for November 11, 2009
Charles Taylor war crimes trial gets mixed reviews in Liberia
Northwest Pakistan sustains third bombing in three days
At Yasser Arafat anniversary, Palestinians lament loss of former leader and unity
UN calls organizing Iraq elections a "Herculean task"
Does Iran play role in Yemen conflict?
Yemen's Houthi rebels get Iran assurance, ask Saudis to stop strikes
New Vatican album: Can Pope Benedict sing?
India: 20,000 camels, thousands of cows, and one chaotic carnival
Brazil blackout tests country's readiness for Olympics and World Cup
Going Rogue: Palin's world domination book tour starts Monday
Tim Pawlenty to eat rubber chicken in New Hampshire next month
Rajiv Shah: The man Obama wants to revitalize USAID
DC sniper execution: why his case moved so quickly
Veterans Day highlights new efforts to help homeless vets
Fort Hood memorial service: Obama points to sacrifices ahead
Swine flu: Without paid sick leave, workers won't stay home
To solve Turkey's culture clash, old elite must yield to free speech
The Monitor's View
On his trip, will Obama reset the Asian order?
Talk to the editor: Who's in charge of Russia?
Pew report: nine states join California in facing fiscal crisis
Veterans day appreciation: Top 5 veterans in business
An employment gift from oldest veterans to newest ones
Dream of solar sailing in space lives on in new project
Netflix PS3 'Watch instantly' to require disc through 2010
PS3: Modern Warfare 2 servers down, debunked on Twitter
Microsoft Natal pricing, release date leaked?
Memoir: A History
Homer & Langley
Can you trust Wikipedia?
Sometimes intentions can feel like a stretch