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Witnesses send the search for Natalee Holloway (search) in a new direction. Could it lead to a major break in the case? Join Greta live from Aruba!
Joran van der Sloot (search) was taken to the Aruba police station on Tuesday to meet with specialists from the Netherlands. What can they learn from him that other interrogators could not? Investigative journalist Tito Lacle weighs in.
Greta catches up with an officer at the Aruba police station where Joran is being interrogated. He gave us the inside scoop on the investigation.
Plus, we'll get reaction from former Los Angeles homicide detective, Mark Fuhrman.
Then, we'll show you an inside look at the Aruban landfill where volunteers are sifting through the garbage, desperately looking for clues.
And, we'll get an update on the crash of an Air France (search) Airbus jet at Toronto's Pearson Airport.
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