Hundreds of thousands of people were hit by the storm and floods. Now a huge aid and rescue operation is under way in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Also in this edition: the president of Kazakhstan bows out - gradually; the sixth sense we didn't know we have; Britain gets a Brexit reprieve; and we ask: which government is in the most trouble - the UK or the US?
(Picture: Aerial view of flood waters in Mozambique after cyclone Idai.
UK to ask for Brexit delay
After a chaotic series of votes, parliament said it wanted to postpone Brexit. But it's not clear for how long - and the EU needs to say yes. Also in this edition: mass murder in New Zealand mosques; Italy to punish parents who don't vaccinate their children; Boeing and the FAA take a reputational hit; and the unexpected source of news from China.
(Picture: pro-Brexit demonstrator outside parliament in London.
A new way to attack HIV
Scientists say a cancer treatment eliminated detectable HIV in a patient. Might this point the way to a cure? Also in this edition: Bouteflika defies Algerian protests; the Brexit waiting game; Trudeau loses some of his gloss; and the lessons of Nixon in China for US leaders dealing with North Korea.
(Picture: A human cell infected by HIV particles.
The art of the no deal
President Trump's nuclear talks with North Korea ended with no agreement. In Washington, his former lawyer was calling him a racist, a conman, and a cheat. It was a very bad week. Also in this edition: India and Pakistan threaten, but step back from the brink; the US drums up support for its Middle East peace plan; and screeching U-turns in Westminster as party leaders reverse their positions over Brexit.
(Picture: President Trump leaves a news conference in Hanoi, after the failure of his nuclear talks with the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Vatican's First Child Abuse Summit
This was the week when the Pope promised real action to stop child abuse, when anti-Semitism in France rang alarm bells, serious tensions flared over Kashmir, Brexit triggered political defections and when the media frenzy began over President Donald Trump's upcoming summit with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un.
(Picture: Pope Francis arriving for global child protection summit Credit: AFP/Getty)