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Monitor Articles for April 29, 2009
Chávez shows restraint in latest spat with Peru
Taiwan wins rare UN invite
Sri Lanka rejects growing calls for cease-fire
Gurkha veterans wage tough new fight to settle in Britain
At Europe's doorway, a Greek city grapples with growing illegal immigrant problem
In Israel, Jews and Arabs aim to bridge 'independence' and 'catastrophe' narratives
US court allows rendition lawsuit against CIA contractor
In a Georgian village, Easter hunts involve bruises, honor, and the fight over a 35-lb. ball
Hariri assassination suspects freed in blow to Syria's opponents
Venezuela: Here, even used cars rule
Mexico City residents adapt to swine flu restrictions
Ahmadinejad steals Obama's campaign slogan?
Finnish teacher unlocks music for special-needs students
Obama channels FDR in prime time press conference
Specter switches parties to win reelection
Democrats' message to GOP in budget plan: We don't need you
House passes $3.6 trillion budget plan
More Republican craziness? Now Huntsman isn't good enough for GOP
Gibbs: Obama has few regrets thus far except "stupid" plane ride
Enchanted? Really.... enchanted? Twitter reacts...
Obama to discuss flu, budget, economy, and other stuff
Air Force One fiasco -- Obama demands review
Pelosi now giving advice to Republican Party
President Obama's news conference -- full text
Obama, Biden welcome Specter -- all stress he's "mavericky"
US officials ratchet up pressure on Pakistan over Taliban militants
School flu closings put working moms in a bind
On swine flu, officials strive to strike right note of caution
High-schoolers have made little progress since the 1970s, study says
Where did all the bailout money go?
Geithner's chart toward recovery
Letters to the Editor
Beyond Specter, Republicans have a steep hill to climb
What Afghanistan can learn from the Taliban
The Monitor's View
Will Specter be the center's pivot?
Morning briefing: climate, security, and politics
Editor responds: How's the Web-first Monitor doing?
Silver lining of shrinking economy: consumer spending up
Fed: Pace of US economy's decline is easing
Fall in US GDP worst in 51 years
Are you breathing dirty air?
REVOLT: The Segway-maker’s next move
Is Twitter the next Second Life?
The People’s History of Christianity: The Other Side of the Story
Neither Wolf Nor Dog
What are the 'classics' of children's lit?
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor's staff
No rain stops play in baseball 'showers'
Refusing the trap of evil