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Monitor Articles for April 9, 2009
In Indonesian election, secular parties confirm appeal
Mass protests in Georgia aim to unseat Saakashvili
Despite fraud claims, Algeria's leader likely to be reelected today
Pakistani Taliban move closer to Islamabad
Massive protests target Georgia's Saakashvili
On anniversary of Saddam's fall, Iraqi protesters vent against US
After earthquake, Italians ask questions about building codes
Tibetan death sentences get little attention in China
North Korea's Kim Jong Il reaffirms his leadership
Somali piracy back in spotlight with US hostage
Immigration emerges as an issue for Obama
White House tourists shooed away due to unattended package
Obama's healthcare reforms: First, vets. Next, the nation.
Mayor wins in a landslide (despite not being alive)
White House unveils recyclable egg
Protesters turn Lawrence Summers' economy lunch into Jerry Springer show
Who will stop the pirates?
Amid recession, is San Francisco losing its heart?
Stranded on a plane? Grin and bear it, court says.
Letters to the Editor
Obama vs. the culture of greed
Obama's bid for nuke-free world: Bad idea.
The Monitor's View
Why Obama and Gates need Ike to trim the military
Wells Fargo profits a boost for banks
Who backs government retirement plans? Taxpayers.
You wrote in (and we found a student who ditched debt)
Job hunting? This week's unusual openings.
US trade deficit falls to nine year low
US stocks soar on renewed hope for banks
Obama adviser says radical tinkering needed to combat climate change
How climate change may be threatening national parks
What is FriendFeed? And why it’s better than ever.
French kill Web piracy bill, by accident
Plain, Honest Men
April 6, 2009, Monitor books podcast
Jane Goodall: The Woman Who Redefined Man
Can you check Kindle out from your public library?
In the aftermath of an earthquake
Answers to your vegetable gardening questions