Guantanamo Bay detention camp has 166 detainees despite President Obama's promise to close Gitmo more than 1500 days ago.
And of those detainees more than 100 are on a hunger strike. This Friday marks 100 days since that strike began. Dozens of detainees are being fed with feeding tunes.
Our Chris Lawrence is taking you inside the Guantanamo Bay detention camp all week with our OutFront investigation: Inside Gitmo.
We go to Dubai in tonight's Outer Circle, where a new high-end addition to the police department's patrol fleet is causing quite a stir – a Lamborghini Aventador.
Amir Daftari is following the story, and we asked him whether this new supercar is actually going to improve public safety, or if it's really more for show.
In Brazil, another arrest has been made in the abduction and gang-rape of an American woman in Rio de Janeiro.
Erin Burnett asked our Shasta Darlington how police tracked down the third suspect.
In France, a man has been arrested for stealing an elephant tusk from a Paris museum.
This wasn't just any tusk though. It came from the skeleton of an elephant that once belonged to Louis the 14th.
Erin Burnett asked Nick Paton Walsh how the man was caught.
We start in China, where a thousand dead ducks have been found floating in a river in Sichuan province. This comes just a couple of weeks after 16,000 dead pigs were pulled out of a river near Shanghai.
David McKenzie is in Beijing. Erin Burnett asked him what killed these ducks. FULL POST