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Monitor Articles for May 19, 2009
Mexico's next war on drugs
Some Tamils wary of Sri Lankan leader's outreach
Pakistan can clear Taliban territory, but can it hold it?
After months of strikes, university students in France ask for their grades
In Jerusalem, an uptick in demolition orders of Arab homes
To meet June deadline, US and Iraqis redraw city borders
Syria moves from pariah to power broker
Sri Lanka reveals evidence of rebel leader's death
Execution in North Korea underscores tough stance on influence from South
Japan: A booming 'Koreatown'
Exiled by Stalin, Ukraine's Tatars still struggling to recover
No decision yet on Guantánamo detainees, Napolitano says
What Obama's clean-car plan will cost consumers and teetering US automakers
Credit-card bill: What it does, what it doesn't do
New auto standards: the start of Obama's green revolution
Napolitano turns food critic to duck Supreme Court question
Credit-card bill could hit students hardest
Why is Granholm really at the White House?
Steele doesn't mention Socialists or quitting in big speech
Exasperated Steele to Fox News: No, I don't support Socialist resolution
Obama presses Netanyahu for Israeli-Palestinian progress
Court ruling could protect top Bush officials from terror lawsuits
New Orleans asks: 'What recession?'
Final spacewalk leaves like-new Hubble ready for its final bow
Bring 'people power' to Pakistan
Why journalists deserve low pay
The Monitor's View
A handshake shakes a region
Today's news stories: Troops in Iraq, graduation mayhem in France, and limiting youth access to credit
Recession makes strange bedfellows in car-emissions debate
Housing starts drop sharply, surprising many
Do you want molasses with your water bottle?
McMaster declares victory; backs down in Craigslist case (Updated)
Fingerprints of God
The Post Office Girl
French soldiers and Vietnamese farmers as authors?
SETI@home@10: Global hunt for ET enters its second decade
The curious incident of Conan Doyle's 150th
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
'Disruption' and its positive upheaval
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