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Monitor Articles for April 6, 2009
Zimbabwe's 100-day plan to lift economic embargo, court donors
Zuma cleared – for now –in arms deal corruption case
From Khmer Rouge torturer to born-again Christian
In Turkey, Obama says US not at war with Islam
Accused Nazi guard faces deportation to Germany
Sri Lankan rebels cornered in 'no-fire zone'
Quake relief slow in Italy's remote areas
For the Obama economic team, talk isn’t cheap
Shhhh... Joe Biden ditches work for baseball game in Baltimore
North Korea missile: punishment up to US
Gates axes some costly weapons, emphasizes 'irregular' warfare
Pentagon budget kills F-22, pumps up Special Ops
Gay marriage ruling has Iowans weighing their values
Airline quality report: Better service, fewer passengers
Letters to the Editor
The West should focus on North Africa
A stark question for Iran: What would the Prophet do?
The Monitor's View
Obama woos Turkey but will it woo back?
Video: Previewing the 'new economy'
Job migration to suburbs: an unstoppable flow?
NCAA title: a boost in spirit and (a little) money
Arctic sea ice fights losing winter battle (again)
Super-fast trains float above the ground
3D looms into movie universe
Are the Red Sox playoff bound? Ask the mathematician
Monitor Books - Apr. 6, 2009
The Bridge of Sighs
Stephen King's epic will finally reach readers
Two posthumous books from Michael Crichton
Prayer for Binghamton