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An Aruba judge rules that the fourth suspect in Natalee Holloway's (search) disappearance can be held behind bars for eight more days. We'll get the latest on the investigation from FOX News' Julie Banderas.

Plus, the father of one of the young suspects was questioned twice over the weekend. What does he know about the night Natalee disappeared? And why won't Aruban authorities let him see his son? We'll ask Jossy Mansur, managing editor of Aruba's largest newspaper, Dairio.

And, we'll be joined by Natalee's good friend, Natalee's close friend, Alana Jordan. She was out drinking with Natalee the night she vanished. Did she see Natalee leave the bar? And what does she know about the three young men who left with Natalee?

New developments in the Holloway case as Greta broadcasts live from Aruba.

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