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A new tape, allegedly, from Usama bin Laden is said to establish a firm tie between Al Qaeda and Iraq. Secretary of State Colin Powell told a Senate panel earlier today that what appears to be a new statement from Usama bin Laden shows why the world needs to be concerned about Iraqi ties to terrorism.

The secretary said, "It was brought home to me once again when I read the transcript of what Bin Laden, or who we believe to be Bin Laden, will be saying to Al Jazeera [the Arab cable network] during the course of the day--You'll be seeing this as the day unfolds--Where once again, he speaks to the people of Iraq and talks about their struggle, and talks about how he, in partnership with Iraq, in this nexus btween terrorr and state, that they are developing weapons of mass destruction which can no longer be looked away or ignored."

We'll talk with former Army Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis and FOX News Foreign Affairs Analyst Mansoor Ijaz about this latest tape and the implications for the United States and the United Nations.

Then, a critical NATO meeting on Iraq ends without a deal. Is the NATO crisis deepening? We'll talk with Ronald Asmus, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Europe.

Plus, we'll get worldwide reaction to the developments in the war on terror, Iraq and the NATO situation from our roundtable of international journalists when Hilary MacKenzie from Canada's Southam News talks with us from Baghdad and ARD German television's Tom Buhrow and David Usborne from Britain's The Independent join us from Washington and New York.

Also, where is Laci Peterson? Is there any hope of finding her alive? The missing Modesto woman's mother and sister and brother all join us this evening.

And later, how do some of America's top legal attorneys view the developments in the Laci Peterson case? We'll get reaction from criminal defense attorney Gloria Allred  and former prosecutor Bernie Grimm.

We've got a powerful show for you this evening... Get On the Record with Greta Van Susteren at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel!

--The Associated Press contributed to this report.

--All topics and guests are subject to change.