BBC news with Moro Olderson.
Countries in Europe are facing a crisis due to a surge in the number of coronavirus infections and a shortage of the vaccines that can mitigate the spread of disease. German's chancellor Angola Merkel said it was now probable the restrictions would have to be reimposed. On Saturday. Germany's neighbor France and Poland would reintroduce partial lockdowns. Ms.Merkel also said that Germany would be prepared to use the Russian Sputnik vaccine, if the European Medicines Regulator, the EMA approved it. She defended the decision to suspend the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, following fears that it may lead to blood clots.
Mr.Biden has stumbled several times as he was climbing the steps of Air Force One to board the flight from Washington. Recovering one, Mr.Biden tripped a second time, falling down to one knee before reaching the door.
拜登在登上空军一号(Air Force One)从华盛顿起飞的航班时曾多次跌倒。起身后，拜登第二次被绊倒，在到达门口前单膝跪地。
The BBC has asked the military authorities in Myanmar to confirm the safety of one of its reporters, who has been abducted in the capital Naypyidaw. Aung Thura was seized by men in civilian cloth and driven away in an unmarked van. His whereabouts are unknown.
Bulgarian prosecutor has charged six officials from Russia's defense ministry a military intelligence with spying. Bulgaria's chief prosecutor said they have been operating for several time and were a serious threat to national security.
And police in Paris have been left with a bitter taste in the mouth, after a drugs raid which netted was thought to be a million-dollar worth of ecstasy. It turned out to be a haul of strawberry flavor of powder used in confectionary.