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.
In Colombia, World Cup celebrations turned rowdy — and deadly. Nine deaths and widespread arrests led some cities to ban alcohol while Colombia is playing, which has saved lives but devastated some businesses.
We listen in on a conversation between two political kidnap victims: the BBC's Alan Johnston, who was held hostage in Gaza, and Ingrid Betancourt, who was held for years by Colombia's main rebel group, the FARC.
An international panel that examined anti-drug policies around the globe declared today that the war on drugs has failed. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with one of the panel members, the former president of Colombia, César Gaviria.
HSBC and Standard Chartered are together paying over two billion dollars to the US government, to avoid charges of money laundering on a massive scale, and violating sanctions against countries like Iran.
Colombia is a relatively large producer of gold on the global scale, but it has an out-sized role in the amount of pollution it produces. But a new group of miners, small now, is turning to a more earth-friendly, even historic, way of separating gold from ore.