A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
There are many organizations devoted to finding missing and abducted children. But all too often, families and friends of a missing person over the age of 18 learn that few resources exist to help them. A panel talks about the particular difficulties loved ones and law enforcement agencies face in cases of missing adults.
- Kym Pasqualini president of the Nation's Missing Children Organization & Center for Missing Adults
- Clint Van Zandt former FBI agent
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