June 2, 2009
Posted: 1833 GMT
We'll take you live to Brazil for the latest on the investigation into the disappearance of Air France flight 447.
Authorities now say they have found debris far from the suspected site of the crash, and are still waiting to confirm that it is part of the doomed A330 plane.
The questions about what brought this plane down still abound. Websites and newspapers feature lists of possible causes, including electrical failure, lightning strikes, accidental explosions and even acts of terrorism.
We are also live in Paris, where our Paula Newton spoke to friends and family of the missing.
We'll take you live to Baghdad, where Phil Black will tell us about an arrest in the five year old murder case of aid worker Margareth Hassan, who was kidnapped on her way to work in Iraq in 2004 and later shot dead. A man was found guilty and was sentenced to life in prison for the crime.
Plus, on the eve of President Barack Obama's trip to the Middle East, we will detail results of a new CNN/Opinion Reasearch Corporation poll on what Americans feel about the Muslim world and how Muslim countries view the United States and its new leadership.
There are some interesting results, including the fact that more Americans think their country is at war with the Muslim today than in 2002.
Bill Schneider will join us to analyze the results.
We'll also go over the latest Roland Garros results and surprise eliminations with Terry Baddoo.
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