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Monitor Articles for June 11, 2009
Shallow historical roots for Sotomayor's public grilling
Swine flu to be officially declared 'global'
South Africans take strike rumors in stride – except when it's soccer
To quell protests, Peru suspends Amazon investment laws
Indigenous Peruvians vow more attacks over control of the Amazon
China hushes up first gay pride week
North Korea may spare US journalists from hard labor
In Sweden's far north, a convergence of fighter jets, reindeer, and hurt feelings
US likely to release insurgent accused of killing five US soldiers
Will Syria play key role in Obama's Mideast peace efforts?
Iraq releases three US contractors held in murder case
Thailand: Fakery, enshrined
Video: On patrol for Colombian drug submarines
Senate finally says 'no' to Big Tobacco
New tobacco rules: What will they do?
Palin says Letterman a threat to 14-year old daughter Willow
Wildcard in Iran election: Obama
Shooting of two soldiers in Little Rock puts focus on 'lone wolf' Islamic extremists
Guantánamo's untouchables: What to do with Uighurs
Four Guantánamo detainees to reside in Bermuda
Why it was so hard to prevent Von Brunn's attack
Holocaust Museum shooting: A spike in domestic extremism?
Fed: signs that recession easing, US mood improving
Schwarzenegger's push for digital textbooks
Any buyers for The Boston Globe?
A 10-year truce between Islam and the West
Facebook's shadow culture
The Monitor's View
Lessons for Obama's education goals in the SAT
Thursday's coverage: WHO upgrades H1N1, Peru uprisings, and Holocaust Museum shooter
Live Webcast: Talk to the Editor with John Yemma for June 11
Oil prices rally faster than world economy
US retail sales edge up – barely
US Treasury yields rise. Will economy follow?
US retail sales are flat. They may stay that way.
Congress grills Bank of America's Lewis on Merrill merger
Jobless? Here are 10 intriguing offers.
Will planes be fueled by flowers in the future?
Grilling with gas or charcoal: What’s better for the environment?
Read this before you sell or recycle your computer!
As US gov't circles the wagons, Google's brass stays cool
'Hate' blogger Hal Turner turns himself in to Connecticut police
Under fire from EU, Microsoft leaves Web browser out of Windows 7
Wall Street applauds changing of the guard at Palm
Amazon rolls out a device to save the newpaper – two years too late
Are 'digital' and 'intellectual' compatible?
In Egypt, a year-old controversy over book burning is sparked anew
Six Picks: Recommendations from the Monitor staff
Depression – finding hope and healing