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Monitor Articles for April 27, 2009
After Iraq's civil war, lessons in civility
With Shiites rising across the region, Saudi Arabia's grow impatient
In remote Afghan valley, a rare peace sprouts with insurgents
Asia, Europe mobilize against spread of swine flu
Ecuador's Correa wins second term, vows 'socialist revolution'
India's election: Rahul Gandhi brings youth appeal to old dynasty
Berliners choose ethics over religion in classrooms
Activists decry Russia's latest case of 'managed democracy'
El Salvador: One town’s stand against domestic violence
Swine flu as pork: Congress cut flu money from stimulus bill
Who attended 'torture' briefings? A GOP lawmaker wants to know.
Obama's teleprompter commits mutiny during major science speech
FOX won't air Obama's press conference
White House accepts blame for panic caused by Air Force One
Air Force One photo op panics NYC - finger-pointing begins
Colleges offer no-frills degrees
Letters to the Editor
The US should cut military spending in half
No more make-believe in the Middle East
The Monitor's View
Atwitter over swine flu – or equipped?
If file-sharing is piracy, what about aggregators?
Monitor launches Daily News Briefing
How retiring US government workers can access retirement funds early
GM to slash nearly half its dealerships to survive
Obama: Boost US R&D beyond ‘space race’ levels
Climate change forum ABCs
Is a bad economy good for the environment?
Ocean power surges forward
Amazon buys Kindle-competitor Stanza
Monitor Books - Apr. 27, 2009
Before the Fallout
How much does it cost to build a Kindle 2?
Review: 'American Violet'
A stroll before supper
Afghan women cry for freedom