BBC News, I’m John Shea.
In his most heated attack yet on his predecessor, President Biden has accused Donald Trump of holding a dagger to the throat of American democracy.
In a speech marking the first anniversary of the storming of Congress, he accused Mr Trump of spinning a web of lies and trying to rewrite history.
In response, the former president accused Mr Biden of political theater and having tried to divide America.
Violent clashes have been continuing into the night in Kazakhstan’s main city Almaty as the security forces try to crush anti-government protesters.
A BBC correspondent there says the main square has become a conflict zone.
He says people are afraid to go outside and are struggling to buy food.
As Russian troops are deployed in Kazakhstan, the European Union’s Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell says the move needs to be watched with caution.
Thousands of people in Sudan have protested once more against military rule.
In the capital Khartoum, the security services fired tear gas at demonstrators near the presidential palace.
Doctors aligned with the protest movement say 3 people were shot dead in demonstrations.
The head of the World Health Organization says the huge and rapid rise of Covid infections of the Omicron variant is overwhelming health system around the world.
Tedros Ghebreyesus warned that Omicron should not be described as mild.
The father of the Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic says his son is receiving what he called humiliating treatment in Australia where he is fighting deportation.
Srdjan Djokovic said the player had had his wallet confiscated and was unable to change his clothes at the immigration detention center.
And the award-winning American filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich has died at the age of 82.
He started his career as a film programmer and critic before directing the 1971 hit - The Last Picture Show - which won two Oscars.
Bogdanovich directed a string of successful movies during the rest of his career.
That’s the latest BBC news.