Thousands of people have taken to the streets in Zimbabwe’s capital Harare, celebrating the possibility of President Robert Mugabe’s resignation.
The government agrees that Russia “persistently uses disinformation as a tool to destabilise perceived enemies”, but has ignored the question of Russian interference in the Brexit campaign in its latest response to an official petition.
Criticisms that Peter Kosminsky’s drama about Islamic State is propaganda are wide of the mark.
The price of vanilla beans is being driven by the choices of the fickle consumer and our love of authentic ice-cream cones, custard and crème brûlée.
Theresa May referred to “the British dream” a number of times throughout her speech at the Conservative Party conference, but no-one is quite sure what she means. Luckily, Twitter came to the rescue with a few options.
An Australian teenager is recovering in hospital after an attack by “mite-sized sea critters” left him pouring blood from multiple tiny wounds on his legs.