Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
Every nation keeps tabs on enemies but not nearly as many would keep tabs on their friends, but that is just what the U.S. appears to have been doing with close ally France.
Former State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley tells Becky that the reality of intel ops is "they try and steal stuff".
People across France have been angered by the news that the NSA has listened in on millions of French phone calls.
Becky crosses live Jim Bittermann in Paris, who reports on French officials who are upset with reports of millions of phone calls intercepted by the NSA.
The case of Maria, the young girl who turned up in Greece, has stunned the world, but she is not alone.
Jo Youle, CEO of Missing People, tells Becky about the 250,000 children that are reported missing yearly in Europe.
Al Shabab was thought to be on its knees only 18 months ago but the Westgate mall attack has changed the global perspective of the extremist group.
Becky talks to senior researcher at the Quilliam Foundation Usama Hasan about violent radicalization and terror threats following the mall attack in Kenya.
Moby talks about how records not selling are easing the musical pressure and Johnny Rotten tells us why he has 'no time' for the Rock and Roll museum as he wins a BMI Icon award.
Becky Anderson brings you the latest music news in this week's CNN preview.