Monday, November 05, 2012


US heads for cliffhanger election US presidential rivals Barack Obama and Mitt Romney face a final sprint across swing states for undecided voters, on their last day of campaigning.

Stay on the alert, chief of staff tells troops on Syrian border Benny Gantz warns of dangers of further spillover from Syrian civil war following Saturday's Syrian tank incursion into the DMZ.

Iran Claims to be Testing Latest Drone Iranian experts have succeeded in building a vertical take-off and landing drone which will be unveiled in the coming months.

50 Dead in Massive Syrian Suicide Bombing At least 50 are dead following a massive suicide bombing in central Syria, activists and state media report.

Israel's successful Sudan air strike delivered a pointed message to Iran Israel's precision air strike on Oct. 24, against the Yarmouk weapons production facility in the suburbs of the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, was - apart from destroying a facility which provided rockets and missiles to Hamas to use against Israel - clearly intended to send a direct message to the Iranian political leadership that Israel could also successfully strike at nuclear weapons production facilities in Iran.

Sudanese Islamist: Obama Should Win, 'Baraka' Means Blessing A Sudanese opposition leader with links to al-Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood said he hopes Obama will get re-elected Tuesday.

US sees ECB chief as 'Mr Euro' The US Treasury has lobbied the European Central Bank (ECB) more than any other EU body on the eruo crisis, a new study shows.

Center: Base practices coming under missile attack Drill reflects IDF assessment that in next round of fighting, Hezbollah will direct attacks at military nerve centers deep in Israel.

Navy test-fires missiles from robot boats U.S. Navy ships face the growing threat of small boat swarms used by terrorists, pirates or enemy countries. New testing has shown off a possible counter that looks strangely similar except for the lack of human sailors — small robot boats armed with missiles.

US military delegation visits Egypt's Sinai Egyptian and American officials say the deputy commander of the U.S. Central Command is paying a visit to American troops stationed in Egypt's troubled Sinai Peninsula, which has been plagued by lawlessness and hit by a string of militant attacks.

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