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Monitor Articles for June 10, 2009
Pakistan: Massive hotel bomb further erodes security
Impasse with China erodes Dalai Lama's patience
Greece faces bleak tourism forecast
US envoy's visit could ease Gaza blockade
Bottom line for Palestinian entrepreneurs: Reinvent the economy
Once apathetic, young Iranians now say they'll vote
Thousands of refugees flee fighting in Somalia
Guantánamo Uighurs: pack your bags for Palau
Carrying a heavy load of history, Libya's Qaddafi arrives in Italy
United States: One-wheeled wonders
Push is on for a 'common' education standard for US schoolchildren
Obama looks to overhaul executive pay
UN Security Council poised to punish North Korea
Supreme Court steps aside on Chrysler-Fiat deal but questions remain
Why GED classes are full, now
Terror link to Air France crash?
Debt-collection tactics under scrutiny
Is capitalism fatally flawed?
A wake-up call for Georgia, Ukraine – and the West
The Monitor's View
California's day of reckoning
Wednesday's coverage: Mitchell to West Bank, Uighurs to Palau, Iran to vote
Report: 'Green' jobs outpacing traditional ones
With Whitacre at GM, Detroit outsiders will be 'in'
US trade deficit rises 2 percent
As P&G CEO looks abroad, Home Depot cuts costs
Fiat closes Chrysler deal – with no money down
A primer on the science of global warming
A wake-up call on water use
King of my own (Internet) domain!
Virgin debuts pay-as-you-go mobile broadband
Supergiant star suddenly slims down, scientists don't know why
Tired of the Internet? Hey, you're in good company.
US Justice Department investigating controversial Google book project
English language gets its one millionth word, website says
Losing Mum and Pup
'Twilight' author takes a break from social media
It's no moving van – it's a mobility service truck
Good detective work
I'll trade my corn for your strawberries