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Monitor Articles for August 28, 2009
Zuma says Zimbabwe making progress
In Brazil's Wild West, police press politician with investigation
Japan's opposition touts fresh faces in bid for election victory
Thousands in Baghdad mourn Shiite leader Hakim
In fractured Lebanon, starting reconciliation at a young age
UN peacekeeping chief says Darfur war over
Crackdown on royal critics deepens in Thailand
Honduran amnesty proposal: breakthrough, or false start?
In Tokyo, Gucci guides me home
Dutch court bars girl's round-the-world sail attempt
Japan: Cultural shifts in spa etiquette
When does a US president deliver the eulogy?
Is comparing medical treatments akin to 'rationing' care?
Kennedy and Obama’s bond: recent but strong
Kennedy and immigration: He changed the face of America
'Tea party' in California, including a dump truck brigade
On foreign affairs, Kennedy challenged presidential power
Good stuff, cheap. Cash-strapped Calif. holds a garage sale.
Memo about a 'black agenda' in mayor's race roils Atlanta
Case of girl kidnapped 18 years ago gives other parents hope
Four years after Katrina, who will lead New Orleans?
After weather and valve glitch, shuttle Discovery set to launch
What can be learned from Jaycee Dugard's kidnapping ordeal?
Schools say no knee-jerk flu closures this fall
'NYC Prep' and the perils of poor choices
Better sushi, but without bluefin tuna
The Monitor's View
Swine flu: a plan, not a prediction
US personal income, spending disappoint
Americans' income slump biggest on record
Are climate change deniers like creationists?
State govs saying 'No thanks' to mystery laptops
Fla. man in credit card data theft accepts plea
Google's Ascii Easter egg
Climate-change supercomputer causes pollution storm
That Old Cape Magic
Far Away and Long Ago
"Twilight" has European readers reaching for "Wuthering Heights"
Review: 'Five Minutes of Heaven'
Review: 'Big Fan'
Review: 'Taking Woodstock'
Your nest is not empty
Drifting Leaves: They’re all legs