The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – January 14, 2013: Mars
After 50 years of reaching, humans begin to solve some of the red planet’s deepest mysteries. By Pete Spotts
INSIDE this week’s Monitor:
- GENDER EQUITY: Le Faminisme’ rises in France
- DIGITAL SECURITY: Cyberwar’s opening volleys
- BOOKS FOR GLOBAL READERS: Promising titles for early 2013
- Obama after ‘the cliff’
- Egypt’s satire under siege
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