Google is moving to implement Europe's controversial 'right to be forgotten' — with a twist. It's started by removing search results from news organizations, very likely to be upset. That story and more in today's Global Scan.
Starbucks has announced it's taking up shop in Bogota, Colombia. To find out what it all means for Colombia's coffee farmers and the price of a cup of joe, The World checks in with reporter John Otis (a heavy coffee drinker) in Bogota.
This week in Cuba, peace talks will begin in earnest between the government of Colombia and the leftist rebel group, the FARC. Among the FARC leaders in attendance, one sticks out. Her name is Tanja Nijmeijer.
The Darién Gap is an impassable tangle of jungle and swamp between Panama and Colombia that forces journeys along the Pan-American Highway to come to full stop. Only a few hundred travelers annually make this trip.