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Monitor Articles for February 10, 2009

North Korea raises tensions ahead of Clinton visit
New drive for Israel, Hamas cease-fire deal
Khomeini revered as Iran's revolution hits 30
As Israelis vote, it's all about war and peace
UN official: Botched attacks on LRA rebels in Congo 'catastrophic' for civilians
Inuit sled dog controversy brings troubled past to light
World
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Arsonist fires devastate parched Australia
USA
Tehran street politics: bring a helmet and pads
What Israeli voters really want
Australia's stay and defend approach: up in smoke?
Israeli exit polls give Livni the edge
Visiting an Assyrian Queen’s Tomb
After Senate passage, stimulus bill moves to next hurdles
To sell stimulus plan, Obama steps up to presidential bully pulpit
GOP PAC: You vote for the stimulus package? You're on notice
President Obama's remarks from Ft. Myers, Florida
Michelle Obama on the cover of Vogue
Don't tell anyone, but Obama hits his head on helicopter
Obama on Biden: I don't know what he's talking about
FOX News not happy with Obama's press conference
Obama on A-Rod: Steroids tarnishing an entire era
A Colorado school district does away with grade levels
Letters to the Editor
Opinion Global warming through a mom's eyes
Opinion Covet your neighbor's Blu-ray? A fresh look at the 10 Commandments.
The Monitor's View Curb America's debt culture
Geithner's new bank bailout: Private investors hold the key
With few bailout details, Dow plunges 381 points
Coming soon: Google your electricity use
As electric cars gain currency, Oregon charges ahead
Review round-up: Amazon Kindle 2
Six more books on Lincoln
Tales from a Tin Can
Global warming's pitch: Go North, young bird
Jewish street patrols curb crime – and generate controversy
Is the time right for Slow Fashion?
In China, on the lookout for the wooden spoonmaker
For kids: A board game with a peaceful resolution
An unfailing source
Clivias - elegant flowering plants for winter
Will paper garden catalogs survive?