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No-go zone grows as volcano erupts for 1st time in 250 years

Mount Io on Japan's main island of Kyushu has rumbled to life after a long rest, sparking a warning for residents of falling rock and ash

Rappers defend lyrics deemed anti-Semitic amid award backlash

Half of German rap duo says he's sorry if lyrics referencing "Auschwitz inmates" caused offense, other says they're misunderstood

High tech humanitarians: Drones come to the World Food Program

"Drones can allow humanitarian agencies to mitigate risks before they turn to disasters," said the head of the WFP's technology division

Museum says missing Nazi submarine mystery solved

Danish war museum says it found German U-boat U-3523 embedded in seafloor off country's north coast, quashing years of speculation

Drones considered in fight to curb cocaine production

Colombia's police could use UAVs to tackle five-year surge in drug production jeopardizing relations with U.S.

Russia releases airport video of poisoned ex-spy’s daughter

Moscow says it traced steps of Yulia Skripal from Moscow home to the airport before London flight, and found no traces of poison

Cuban government selecting new president to replace Raul Castro

Cuba's recently elected National Assembly has started the process of selecting a new president. It's expected to mark the first time in decades that a Castro will not hold that title. It was widely presumed that First Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel will be the choice. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Havana.

Sole candidate named to succeed Castro as Cuban leader

With Raul Castro stepping down as Cuba's president, 57-year-old Miguel Diaz-Canel is poised to replace him

Saudi Arabia screens “Black Panther” in first movie theater

Saudi government dubbed Wednesday's event as "the showing of the first commercial film in the kingdom after more than 35 years"

CIA director met with Kim Jong Un: Report

The Washington Post reports the meeting took place after Mike Pompeo was nominated to be secretary of state

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Report: Facebook doesn’t curb hate speech in developing countries

"There's incitements to violence against entire communities and Facebook says it doesn't violate community standards," Center for Policy Alternatives says

Trump weighs in on Russia investigation, North Korea

President Trump spent the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. He also had a busy weekend on Twitter, weighing in on a variety of subjects from the Russia investigation to North Korea. CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett reports.

“No sé qué hacemos aquí”, el podcast que cuenta la tragicomedia de dos inmigrantes...

Zona Pop conversa con Maiah Ocando y Gabriel Torrelles, la pareja venezolana detrás del proyecto bilingüe “No sé qué hacemos aquí”, o "We Don't Belong", en inglés. Fuente: Cnnenespanol.com