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Monitor Archive for September 28, 2007
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The 'Halo' effect returns. Xbox 360s are in overdrive.
A PC for peasant farmers? China targets digital divide.
Nuclear power surge coming
For voters, 'tough' now trumps 'nice'
Clinton's rivals tread carefully in N.H.
Zone 1 in place for California's no-fishing plan
Will Sunday's Ukraine vote break political deadlock?
Ukraine's orange-blue divide
For one African, good life is helping others
Reporters on the Job
A rare free-speech victory in Tunisia
Deciding on dinner
Letters to the Editor
America's friend again: France!
Let the most popular candidate win
'The Kingdom' plays like CSI: Riyadh
Hollywood's new mandate: Bring the Iraq war home
At the Highlander Games, the strong men wear kilts
New on DVD
Moonlighting: Jane Seymour
'The 39 Steps' reconstructs Hitchcock's film – on a bare stage
'Pushing Daisies' brings new life to procedural whodunits
'Darjeeling' of 'limited' appeal
New albums of hushed intensity from Knopfler, Mitchell, Gonzalez
Do Iraq documentaries get it right?
New in theaters
In the stillness of the night
Our words for counting the cost of war
Road trips with... a dictionary
Bruce Froemming's home is behind the plate
Why Crimea, Soviet 'gift' to Ukraine, remains strongly Russian
Serbia and Kosovo discuss a split
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