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Monitor Articles for May 11, 2009
In Colombia, rape now being prosecuted as weapon of war
Pakistani refugees escape Army offensive – and Taliban rule
Italy to stem a human tide of immigrants
Pope's agenda in Israel: honoring Holocaust victims, urging two-state solution
Iran release of US journalist removes obstacle to US-Iran dialogue
Somalia's Al Shabab militants gain ground
France: TV for big thinkers
Sri Lanka: Criticism escalates over 'bloodbath'
Pope tiptoes around controversy in visit to Israel's Holocaust memorial
Why healthcare providers joined forces with Obama
Insurers offer Obama $2 trillion in healthcare cost savings
White House offers comedy advice to Wanda Sykes
Limbaugh: Cheney not hot for interns but loves the US
GOP is the party of Fred Flintstone say Democrats
US, Pakistan build military ties, one officer at a time
Tattoos remain a must-have accessory, even in recession
Letters to the Editor
Look again at Vincent van Gogh
The new case against the death penalty
The Monitor's View
An unseen burqa revolution
Today's agenda: Life under Taliban, Obama healthcare deal, Hubble repair
Is the recession ending? (Part II)
UN-sponsored meeting bans nine chemicals – but not DDT
WiMAX challenges Wi-Fi
Is Facebook changing its tune on Holocaust deniers?
Is iPhone's success – gulp – hurting AT&T?
Soul of the Age
The Shia Revival
The latest hot romance novel – by Napoleon?
Shuttle's risky mission to repair Hubble
Review: 'The Limits of Control'
Cowboys saddle up for ... church? Amen.
On Facebook: My mother, my 'friend'
For peace and strength in Pakistan
The Transplanted Gardener: The view from here