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Monitor Articles for July 28, 2009
China takes baby step to reduce dependence on dollar
New fiber-optic network brings digital era to Afghanistan
Irish blasphemers, beware! New law befuddles nation, but fulfills Constitution
In Israel, no settlement deal for US envoy – just more settlers
Pakistan says India's nuclear sub threatens regional peace
Shelling in Somali capital takes fresh toll
Kashmir leader resigns amid scandal allegations
Skype's a threat to Russian national security? So say Russian phone companies
Sarkozy's dizzy spell spotlights media interest in the "hyper president"
Syria: Iraqi artists, now refugees, struggle to pursue art in exile
Professor and policeman to join Obama at picnic table peace talks
Sotomayor gets committee nod for Supreme Court seat
Schwarzenegger ends budget saga with more cuts
At picnic, Obama will be serving beer for a reason
Healthcare frustration from Obama and Gibbs
White House website traffic drops - conservative news site celebrates
Seven North Carolinians charged in terror plot
What should have happened in Gates confrontation?
Even after 911 tape released in Gates case, questions linger
Merce Cunningham: a life larger than dance
Tests for California's 'pot economy'
How to boost gas mileage and get better cars
Should Obama sign a peace treaty with North Korea?
The Monitor's View
An exit strategy for Obama in Afghanistan
ECONOMIC SCENE: US living standards may languish even after recession
Were speculators behind last year's oil-price spike?
Home prices rise - but is it for real?
US home prices rise. Is it time to buy?
US consumer confidence falls – as world's rises
Were they really predicting an ice age in the 1970s?
Study: Texts while driving even more dangerous
Shuttle undocks after 11 days at space station
China puts a hit on gangster video games
Latest front in healthcare debate? Think 140 characters or less.
British government publishes Twitter guidelines
Why Apple axed the Google Voice iPhone app
You can do anything on Twitter these days. Even get sued.
Free: The Future of a Radical Price
The Coming of the Third Reich
Coming at you rapidly: the Madoff books
Robotic Einstein learns to put on a happy face
A bow of reverence
The question of race and a more solid brotherhood
A community garden brings people together