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Monitor Articles for March 30, 2009
Madonna and another Malawi child?
Ahead of G-20, China questions US's financial dominance
Cambodia begins long-awaited trial of Khmer Rouge leader
Pakistani police a growing target, Lahore attack shows
G-20 leaders to target nations harboring tax dodgers
Colorful candidates vie to lead Russia's Olympic city
Why Arab leaders embrace Sudan's indicted president
Pakistani Army ends siege of police academy
Ahead of North Korea's planned rocket launch, US dispatches destroyers
Amnesty report blasts Greek police
Obama's plan for GM, Chrysler hints at bankruptcy
Is auto rescue too big a role for government?
Twitter reports earthquake first
Poor Sarah Palin and her junior varsity staff
Shootings, murder-suicide raise broader question: Is violence linked to recession?
Letters to the Editor
What it means to talk with Hamas
The new threat to freedom of expression
The Monitor's View
March Madness gone wild
Hello, world. Tour the daily online Monitor
Financial Q&A: If crude-oil price is down, why are gas prices up?
Financial Q&A: A financial move that would boost college aid
Obama ratchets up pressure on GM, Chrysler
Clean dishes vs. reduced water pollution
Time to green this old (White) House -- again
Charges against 'sexting' teenagers highlight legal gaps
Netflix hikes Blu-ray subscription fees
A Jury of Her Peers
Monitor Books - Mar. 30, 2009
A Single Pebble
Ultimate Harry Potter/Twilight trivia
Wind-powered car sets speed record, but gimme a wind wagon any day
Opening the door to fresh views
A shady retreat in Toronto