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Monitor Archive for December 6, 2006
From Paris, with edge: French 'CNN' beams new view
The sliding dollar: both boon and bane
After 93 years, L.A. gives its water back
Fallujah's city council battles to hold its ground
Anticorruption whistle-blower takes Alaska's top job
Iowa governor: Smart campaign can beat Clinton juggernaut in '08
Furor over 'terror scores' for airline travelers
Brazil's firms forced to teach basic skills
Reporters on the Job
Fiji's business-as-usual coup d'état
America's indentured graduates
To halt Mideast tremors, heal the fault line
What's next for Cuba – and Latin America – after Castro?
Americans try to shift into 'carbon neutral'
High-tech home for an old war
The pleasant little thud of holiday mail
The child so close to each of us
No yucky veggies? Must be 'guy soup.'
Invisible parenting? Ask the meerkats.
A family tradition, as sweet as sugar
Backstory: In South Africa, home sweet fortress
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