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Monitor Articles for May 4, 2009
Soldier pay threatens to undo Congo's progress against rebels
Nepal’s Maoists lose support over Army chief’s sacking
Next Taliban conquest? A view from Pakistan's frontline.
Nordic boom in biker gangs
Basra residents safer, but looking for work
Nepal's prime minister resigns in battle for control of Army
Egypt's slaughter of pigs draws criticism as misguided
High seas détente: S. Korea rescues N. Korean ship from Somali pirates
Bangladesh: A new seventh wonder?
No ruling in Madonna's appeal to adopt Malawian girl
Obama targets tax havens, and corporate America shudders
Oops... Vice President "Buden" travels to "Wilimington"
Gibbs on Boston Globe troubles: what can government do?
Specter can defeat Toomey easily - but not Tom Ridge
Palin joins old pal McCain to rescue GOP from extinction
Palin to be honored by NRA with special M4-like assault rifle
Supreme Court narrows identify-theft law in immigration case
Fighting a high-tech war with a low-tech mule
Fill Souter's shoes with a genial persuader
Are US missile strikes in Pakistan a dud policy?
The Monitor's View
South Africa's continental footprint
Morning briefing: Who will take the detainees?
As newspapers struggle, readers seem fine with online
Government construction tops private home building
US pending home sales rise 3.2 percent
Video: The last mountain gorillas, and their protectors
Could Amazon save the newspaper? Not by itself.
When newspaper archives meet Twitter
Love, Mom: Poignant, Goofy, Brilliant Messages from Home
Monitor Books - May 4, 2009
If You Lived Here, I'd Know Your Name
A bigger Kindle about to debut?
The best career counselor
The Rose Whisperer: Getting off the ground