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Should schools trade tough subjects for higher standardized test scores?
Pakistan's Zardari says 'losing war' against Taliban ahead of David Cameron meeting
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Photos of the Day 07/19
Border mediation with Slovenia could help Croatia join European Union
Mali moves music festival as tourism threatened by Al Qaeda threat
Israel and Egypt eye movement on peace process
Egypt cracks down on foreign protesters heading to Gaza Strip
Swiss minaret ban reflects European fear of Islam
Tempest over Thierry Henry's handball in Ireland-France soccer match: Get over it.
Secular France gives religion a seat at the political table
Algeria hosts regional summit amid rise in terrorism
Grievances rise among young Europeans
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Has Paul Ryan hurt his 2016 presidential prospects?
Putin to Ukraine: the door's still open to a trade pact
China wants to be the world's next superpower. True or false?
Terrorism & Security
How much has the US swayed the debate in Ukraine?
As auto industry dies, Australia asks: Do we still make anything?
No ‘grand bargain’ in budget deal: What does that mean for the economy? (+video)
How NSA reportedly uses Google cookies could be next privacy flash point (+video)
Nelson Mandela: a beloved man of peace
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Photos of the day 12/11
The Monitor's View
What the Ryan-Murray budget deal really means
Monitor Political Cartoons
A vital link for US interests and allies – Azerbaijan – needs more support
Teen suicide: Prevention is contagious, too.
Chicago torture saga grows, victim released from prison after 31 years
Ted Cruz walks out on Castro at Mandela memorial. Grandstanding? (+video)
For Newtown's gun-control families, a year of mixed results
Comet ISON now an ex-comet, says NASA (+video)
Obama takes selfie at Mandela memorial. Inappropriate? (+video)
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