Live from Abu Dhabi Connect the World takes you on a journey across continents, investigating the stories that are changing our world.
As Iran and the six world powers' discussions of the nature of Iran's nuclear energy pursuits come to an end, CNN's Reza Sayah speaks to Iranian taxi drivers about what they think of the talks on Tehran's future in Geneva.
In a crackdown on urban slang, London's Harris Academy has banned the use of the words "coz", "bare", "innit", and "aint". The school has also forbidden beginning sentences with "Basically..." and ending them with "...yeah".
Becky talks to a BAFTA award winning actor, a London MP, and a sixth form student about the London school's war on slang.
Becky talks to sex trafficking survivor Chong Kim while she is in the U.K. to promote a new film based on her experiences called "Eden".
The film is based on Chong Kim's story as a sex slave in the middle of the United States between 1995 and 1997.
Becky asks her about her experiences, how many people she thinks are still trapped in sex slavery, and how she escaped.
Usually pieces by Banksy can command up to six figures, but in New York on Sunday they were offered for $60 a piece as the artist set up shop in Central Park.
A canvas and some spray paint were all we needed to make our own version of a "Banksy." We went to Carnaby Street to see how much Londoners would pay; there were some pretty impressive bids for this one of a kind "Becksy".