Tonight on 360°, Anderson will be reporting live from San Diego, along the U.S.-Mexico border, where authorities have discovered a very sophisticated drug tunnel. 13 people were arrested inside the tunnel last week.
Anderson and his team have just fed us video from inside the tunnel, which we will show you tonight on the program. You will be amazed at the work that went into this tunnel. The entrance is in a bathroom, inside a Tijuana, Mexico warehouse. It looks like any other bathroom, until you look closely and notice it has a false floor that can lower down about eight feet.
The tunnel covers approximately 900 feet in total and reaches a depth of about 100 feet, with several rooms. Though, the main shaft is five-feet by four-feet and the people who built it even installed an elevator, electricity and pipes for water.
Anderson will give you a tour of the drug tunnel. He'll also talk with DEA and Immigration officials on the scene. Hear what they're facing on the job and how they're trying to secure the U.S. border.
We'll also give you an up close look at the drug war in Juarez, Mexico, along the border with Texas.
Michael Ware and his producer Ismael Estrada went on patrol with a task force in Juarez, where they discovered it's still a deadly place to be.
And, we'll take you to Olso, Norway where Pres. Obama accepted the Nobel Peace Prize today, just days after he ordered more U.S. troops to Afghanistan.
A commander-in-chief at war, accepting a peace prize. How does he reconcile the two?
We’ll play you parts of his speech. We’ve got the raw politics.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET on CNN. See you then!
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