Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

Today's Story Line

Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

Today's Story Line

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The sweeping apology by Pope John Paul II stems in part from the pontiff's view that the Catholic Church cannot grow without facing up to its past.

South African newspaper editors are looking to a future without evidence of racism in their pages.

US Defense Secretary William Cohen is likely to see a Vietnam still struggling to get on its economic feet.

Battalion 745 goes after civilians living near its base in Los Palos, East Timor, Part 2 of the four-part series.

David Clark Scott World editor

REPORTERS ON THE JOB

THE CLINTON CONNECTION: Like any non-Asian visitor who ventures near the US consulate in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Kelly McEvers draws a lot of attention. "People come up to you in the street to ask if you're American, and they say, 'Please tell Bill Clinton that we love America very much.' When they find out you're a journalist, they think you have a direct line to the government. Here, to be a journalist is to be a party loyalist. …

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