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Monitor Articles for July 10, 2009
Obama in Africa: Can US rival China's new clout?
African academy empowers youths
Urumqi unrest: China's savvier media strategy
Sri Lankan doctors recant reports of civilian deaths
G-8 summit disappoints many, but not Berlusconi
In dusty Turkish village, surfing the Web for brides
Is Khamenei's son leading Iran crackdowns?
Once an empire, Britain faces big military cuts
Japan: Sensei of post-marital arts
Obama’s week ahead: Economic policy, politics, and baseball
What will spur California to solve its budget crisis?
A short Senate tenure for Illinois's Burris
Who in Washington is joining the Twitter revolution
For blacks, a hidden cost of Obama's win?
Obama's gift to the pope? It's definitely not an iPod.
G-8 issues September deadline for Iran
Spy satellite mystery, part two
Shuttle poised for 12-day visit at space station
In Michael Jackson's estate, more at stake than dollars
Scientists and the public often don't see eye to eye
Sustainable population, minus the control
Hate-crime legislation would backfire
The Monitor's View
Can China buck the dollar?
Exiting bankruptcy, GM promises transformation
Could cap-and-trade create another economic bubble?
Storms NASA's only worry for shuttle launch
Tiny particles with a huge environmental impact
South Korea says attackers used IP address in 5 nations
'Will the Queen tweet?' and more on Twitter
In Alaska, Sarah Palin squares off against the blogosphere
Citing identity theft violations, NY Attorney General sues social network
The Angel's Game
Handbook to Luck
Storytelling in the digital age
Grab your camera and nab that space station (or satellite)
Photo exhibit offers an intimate look at America's jazz ambassadors
Review: 'Soul Power'
'Silence is violence'
Containers -- accessories for your garden