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Monitor Articles for February 6, 2009
Sudan expels a Canadian contributor to the Monitor
Global downturn hammers Ukraine's economy
Holocaust denial: Vatican shifts into damage control
A setback for Turkey as Mideast broker
Is Iran prepared to undo 30 years of anti-Americanism?
Charges dropped against USS Cole bombing suspect
Pakistan releases nuclear scientist AQ Khan from house arrest
Kyrgyzstan: US base closure 'final'
Bill Ayers lives on: Amid rising discontent in Europe, London playwright launches 'Weathermen' drama
Obama plans several escapes from Washington next week
Biden does not derail agreement on stimulus bill
Obama's approval high despite Daschle, stalled stimulus, and zombies
David Obey, Dick Cheney and KISS
Iceman (Kilmer) wants to be New Mexico's huckleberry (governor)
Air base flap reflects tension over US presence in Central Asia
Letters to the Editor
With Daschle out, Obama should make Romney the healthcare-reform czar
In John Updike's America, are we still running from responsibility?
The Monitor's View
Obama's faith in faith-based works
US unemployment up – and spreading
Under pressure, Senate moving toward vote on stimulus
Affordable housing hits a wall in time of rising need
While US job losses plunge, government grows
Snowbound London enjoyed cleaner air
Senators reach deal to cut stimulus bill to $780B
Which is the bigger polluter – humans or volcanoes?
The tiny, slimy savior of global coral reefs?
Horizon highlights – Darwin edition
3-D enthusiasm is anything but flat
Asta in the Wings
The Places In Between
More books coming to your cell phone
My 15 minutes as a Jay Leno
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
Over the Hedge
Being a 'hyphenated American' opens two worlds
Opening up our hearts – and our Rolodexes
A refuge from contagion