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Monitor Articles for April 28, 2009
Mexico tourism braces for swine flu slowdown
Climate change: Southeast Asia's preparation falls short
Acquittal in Britain's 7/7 bombing case spurs doubts about investigation
Russian journalists face violence, intimidation
After Iraq's civil war, lessons in civility
Pakistan intensifies fight against Taliban
In a Georgian village, Easter hunts involve bruises, honor, and the fight over a 35-lb. ball
Somali vigilantes fight back against pirates
Uganda: How a teenage sugar cane farmer lifted her family out of poverty.
Pakistanis stage rare protest to ‘save Pakistan, fight Taliban’
Japan: Farm women go online
Senator Specter defects to Democrats, strenghtening Obama's hand
DC in the spring: See the Capitol, skip the White House
Specter changes parties -- politically motivated? Noooooo!
Palin group tries to derail Sebelius HHS confirmation
Obama on Air Force One debacle: Mistake, won't happen again
Supreme Court backs FCC crackdown on swearing on television
Why so many Americans switch religions
Science takes aim at the swine flu
Letters to the Editor
A fallen wall, a renewed Germany, a united Europe
Legalized gambling only fuels economic crisis
The Monitor's View
Morning briefing: borders prove porous
Home prices less dismal, but still falling steeply
Deal with creditors may let Chrysler veer out of bankruptcy
Swine flu rattles global economy
US consumer outlook improves
Venice flood barriers
In Israel, solar power that won't need subsidies
Will Verizon get two iPhone-like devices?
Built of Books
No e-books for Harry Potter
Images of America's West held up against today's reality.
Freedom from swine flu through God's care