Labour ‘highly likely’ to back cross-party bid to block no-deal Brexit with Article 50 extension
Move to delay EU withdrawal until end of 2019 - unless a deal passes by the end of February - appears to have the numbers as John McDonnell offers support
Will the Crocodile punish those behind Zimbabwe’s brutal protest crackdown?
Emmerson Mnangagwa vows ‘heads will roll’. But questions remain as to whether he holds enough authority to do so
AIDSfree: The crumbling hospital that treats 120,000 people for HIV
Global epidemic sees teenage girl infected with HIV every three minutes
A second referendum is May’s only hope of passing her Brexit deal
If voters supported her plan in a Final Say vote, it would be a lifeline that could have the necessary weight to bring MPs on her side
Labour moves closer to backing second referendum
Jeremy Corbyn says option of giving public the final say should be discussed by Commons
Big tech is to blame for Seattle's homelessness crisis
The city's housing problems must be understood in the context of how its richest residents, Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos, made their money
Chinese model apologises for ‘racist’ Dolce & Gabbana advert
'I would never show any disrespect to my motherland'
Elon Musk says Boring Company may dig new 100km CERN collider
CERN's Future Circular Collider could help unlock some of the secrets of the universe
Facebook can work out who you are even if you don't use it, says study
'There's no place to hide in a social network'
Kabuki: The traditional Japanese theatre transformed by technology
...but for all the forward steps, women are still not allowed to perform. Ben Swindlehurst reports
US culture inspires young immigrants’ American Dream
These young people have travelled thousands of miles in the hope finding a better future in America. In the Mexican border city of Tijuana, they tell their stories
Santander to close 140 branches, putting 1,270 jobs at risk
Santander is to close 140 branches, putting 1,270 jobs at risk, the bank announced on Wednesday.
Bank of England deputy governor urges people not to panic over debt
A deputy Bank of England Governor has sought to calm fears over rising UK household borrowing saying that claims that it is “unsustainable” are overblown.
Skier's helmet cam captures moment Israel intercepts missile
Attempted strike followed by rare Israeli daylight raid in near Damascus airport
Native American man jeered by MAGA hat-wearing teens
‘I wish I could see that energy put into making this country, really, really great,’ says Nathan Phillips