After surviving a vote of no confidence, Theresa May urges MPs to "work constructively together" on Brexit. Also: the speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, asks President Donald Trump to delay his State of the Union address, and most species of wild coffee plant are on the brink of extinction.
UK: MPs debate Theresa May's future after Commons defeat on Brexit deal
British MPs to vote on no-confidence motion in Prime Minister's leadership. Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says government should resign after Tuesday night's record-breaking defeat on Brexit agreement.
Also, new report alleges growing persecution of Christians across the world, and did a former Mexican President accept a $100m bribe from druglord 'El Chapo' ?
Brexit parliament defeat special
British MPs crush prime minister's Brexit deal by an historic margin of 230 votes. Labour opposition table a vote of no confidence in the government. So what next for Brexit?
Ivory Coast: ex-President Gbagbo acquitted at ICC court in The Hague
International Criminal Court has acquitted Ivory Coast's ex-President Laurent Gbagbo. He had been charged with crimes against humanity in connection with violence following a disputed 2010 election that left 3,000 dead.
Also, gunmen attack a hotel complex in Nairobi, and how Chinese scientists have managed to grow plants on the far side of the moon.
British MPs to hold crucial vote on Brexit deal
The British prime minister urged critics to give her Brexit deal "a second look". Also: Trump denies he ever worked for Russia and the rights of Kenya's intersex people.