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Qaddafi Proposes 'Nato of the South' at Summit

Colonel Qaddafi proposed an African-Latin American defence alliance yesterday at an intercontinental summit hosted by Venezuela.

Iran to Test-Fire More Missiles That Could Hit U.S. Bases

After claiming to successfully test-fire two short-range missiles during drills Sunday by the elite Revolutionary Guard, Iran will test-fire a missile on Monday that could have the capability to hit Israel and U.S.

Iran Test Fires 2 Short-Range Missiles

Iran said it successfully test fired two short-range missiles during drills Sunday by the elite Revolutionary Guard, a show of force days after the U.S.

'Violent Struggle' Took Place in Illinois Family Murder

Police have declined to say whether they are seeking one or more suspects in the deaths authorities have attributed to "blunt force trauma."

'Grandma Bandit' Robs Two Houston Banks Hours Apart

FBI agents are searching for a woman who struck two Houston banks less than four miles apart — and was brazen enough not to cover her face, the Houston Chronicle has reported.

Feds: Zazi Trips, Shopping Led to NYC Terror Threat

The peroxide purchases, Zazi's prayer at a local mosque on the eve of his planned attack and a cross-country trip back to his Queens neighborhood.

Israel: Time to Act on Iran

Israeli prime minister urges U.S. to take action over Iranian nuke site in call to house speaker, unidentified senators

GOP Pushes Obama toQuash Aid for Qaddafi

Republicans call on White House to cancel $400G in funding to Libyan leader's foundations• Qaddafi Meets With Relatives of Lockerbie Victims

Venezuela Seeking Uranium With Iran's Help

Iran is helping Venezuela to detect uranium deposits and initial evaluations suggest reserves are significant, the South American government said Friday.