For 59 years, someone with the last name of Castro ruled Cuba. But all that changed this week as President Raul Castro stepped down, decades after the 1959 revolution that brought his brother Fidel to power. In the meantime, many young people in Cuba are both worried and hopeful about what the future may bring. We take a closer look.
Plus, the fallout from the arrest of two black men in a Starbucks cafe in Philadelphia continues. The coffee giant says it will close 8,000 of its US shops for one half-day next month to give its staff bias training.
And we see how fans of the former Brazilian president Lula are continuing to back their idol's presidential campaign - despite the fact that he's still in jail.