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Monitor Archive for April 7, 2006
Peru looks set to elect region's next populist
Not summer yet, but gasoline prices are high and rising
Cash has run out, but Hamas chief optimistic
Iraqi women argue, but agree on their special role
For illegal migrants, time in US may define status
Cities move to defend against railroad attacks
Fraud law spurs backlash, then buy-in
Reporters on the Job
Italian billionaire woos southern vote
Thai leader bows out, for now
Reform puzzle in Congress
The prospect of civil war in Iraq
It should be OK to change your mind
Misreading China: It's time to move beyond old stereotypes
Even golf's TV cameras duff some shots
TV enters a new universe
An orchestra of one
Old noir for a new generation
Willis, Hartnett are a match made in 'Slevin'
In Ipswich, a return to the 17th century
Into It: Shooter Jennings
Tubegazing: The Ten Commandments
Page turners: 'Quite Honestly'
The power that reorders disordered lives
Earn a degree in grocery mangling
Backstory: Manly man? Girly man? Oh, man!
Kurds' quest for justice overshadowed by economic discontent
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