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Monitor Articles for May 1, 2009
Tiananmen Anniversary: Memory of executed poet resonates
Pakistan resumes peace talks with Taliban amid heavy offensive
Royal parade attack leaves Netherlands feeling vulnerable
The pain in Spain: On May Day, nearly 1 in 5 are jobless, but few seem angry
In Algiers, residents chafe at mammoth redevelopment plan
As it leaves Iraq, Britain looks warily to Afghanistan
Alleged Nazi Demjanjuk is cleared for deportation
Germany: Citywide charm offensive
Red Europe? Are (unemployed) workers of the world uniting?
Among Democrats, a rift over siding with banks
Obama gets 29 million viewers but FOX wins head-to-head
Biden kicked out of country after flu remarks?
Souter retirement gives Obama early Supreme Court pick
In replacing Souter, how far left will Obama go?
Swine flu: Why such a huge response to so few cases?
Recession and flu show borderless world
Letters to the Editor
Arab forum tackles a Washington taboo
What Finland can teach America about true luxury
The Monitor's View
Obama's test of impartiality for Souter's successor
Morning briefing: Why the big response to flu?
One town that can't wait for Chrysler to leave
In Chrysler bankruptcy, GM gets glimpse of one road ahead
Japan's carmakers' sales plunge along with Detroit's
Italian cars returning to US? I can't wait!
Dow's spring rally: Is it real (or like 1931)?
Energy efficiency can deliver big rewards
Cellphone tracking services: Friend finder or Big Brother?
For China, a reverse brain drain in science?
David Letterman, electric car evangelist?
Horizon highlights – 'It's electric!' edition
Facebook, under siege from a new virus, circles the wagons
The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
Kindle appeals to the older generation
Review: 'Ghosts of Girlfriends Past'
Review: 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'
Review: 'The Merry Gentleman'
A psalm of hope for today