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Monitor Articles for April 20, 2009
Without aid, Darfuris go hungry
Sri Lanka gives Tigers 24 hours to surrender
Egyptians win the right to drop religion from ID cards
Is waterboarding effective? CIA did it 266 times on two prisoners
Ahmadinejad polarizes UN Racism Conference
Why did an Antarctic cruise ship sink?
As Clinton calls on Iran to release US journalist, commentators decry 'farce'
Chávez gift to Obama shoots book to No. 2 on Amazon.com
Humble Obama unites Latin leaders
Congress returns to immense agenda
Miss California sparks outrage over gay marriage remarks
Vigilant press spots Bo, the first dog, out for a walk
Columbine: 10 years later
What schools learned about safety since Columbine
Letters to the Editor
Columbine and the folly of overvaluing school sports
The problem with carbon tariffs: They aren't fair
The Monitor's View
Extend foster care to age 21
Bank of America makes money and the stock market ... dives?
In Canada, an innovative way to rebuild roads, hospitals
US economy's leading indicators fall again
Wall Street's prescient bears are still wary
The Boston Marathon goes green and so do other road races
What’s on Web TV?
Blu-ray sales double over last year. But don't celebrate yet.
iPods in Iraq
The Antelope’s Strategy
Where Have All the Leaders Gone?
'Olive Kitteridge' takes 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
Review: 'Goodbye Solo'
Chirps and squeaks? It's just car talk
A lesson from "Britain's Got Talent"
The six plants I can't live without