FBI: No Terror Threats for NATO

    CHICAGO, IL - MAY 16: Chicago mounted police officers watch over a protest taking place in the Federal Building Plaza May 16, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. Today was the third straight day of protests in what is expected to be a full week of demonstrations as Chicago prepares to host the NATO Summit May 20-21.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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    The FBI said Thursday that there is no indication of a terror threat against the city of Chicago leading up to the NATO summit that will take place in the Windy City this weekend. The bureau will be on high alert and is equipped to bring in extra agents if it appears an attack is imminent. Law-enforcement officials admit that Chicago is a target even without the summit, but a throng of police, FBI, and Secret Service agents will be patrolling the city center during the two-day summit.

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