The U.S. currently has the fourth-highest death rate among the 20 countries "currently most affected by COVID-19 worldwide," according to Johns Hopkins University.
Residents are required to stay at home and all social gatherings, apart from weddings and funerals, are banned.
"We're mostly concerned that if those criminals understand that no one can find them behind [their] mask, they'll ramp up the violence against protesters tenfold," an activist told Newsweek.
The Belarusian interior ministry said that the protests disputing Alexander Lukashenko's election win will be dispersed with "military weapons."
The U.K. government has previously admitted that it would be breaking international law over its decision to override parts of the Brexit treaty.
The U.K., France, Belgium and several other countries in Europe are "reporting community transmission," according to the World Health Organization.
Heiko Maas said Trump was attempting "to sow doubt on the validity of the election with the later aim, probably, of not accepting defeat."
European diplomat Helga Maria Schmid said signatories aim to "ensure full implementation of the agreement despite current challenges."
The weekly totals of new cases in Spain, Italy and France have increased for several consecutive weeks.
Weekly new cases in Spain and France have increased for several consecutive weeks from late June through mid-August.
"Russia pointed out that foreign attempts to interfere in the country's domestic affairs were unacceptable," the Kremlin said in a statement.
"The limits of the Trump administration's highly unilateral and aggressive foreign policy are being exposed," an opinion column argued.
Spain reported more new cases per week over the past month, from July 13 to August 9, than the weekly case totals reported in France and Germany.
Despite having a population nearly three times larger than that of the U.S., Europe reported much lower weekly case counts than the U.S. in recent tallies.
France, Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Greece have issued new safety measures following a rise in cases.
The seven-day rolling average of daily new deaths in Sweden has also been declining for months.
Spain, Belgium and The Netherlands are among the nations in Europe reporting the sharpest rises in recent weeks.
The White House has repeatedly said inaccurately that the U.S. has one of the lowest death rates in the world.
European leaders have so far failed to agree on the nature of an $860 billion stimulus package to help the bloc recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Brussels must follow Berlin's lead on Hezbollah.
The U.S. must combat Beijing's attempted takeover of leading international organizations.
Over the past week, both states each reported more than five times the total number of new infections seen in Sweden.
Unless the U.K. reaches a deal with the E.U. by December 31, it will be left to trade with the European bloc on World Trade Organization rules.
The European Union announced on Tuesday that it will reopen its external borders to 15 countries—the U.S. was not included.
United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is touting an international coalition against China, using his social media accounts to highlight criticisms of the Communist Chinese government from across the globe.
The U.S. did not make the E.U.'s approved list of country's for travel due to the current coronavirus infection rate.
Data compiled by the U.S. and European Union show the U.S. has reported nearly double the number of COVID-19 cases than all 27 countries in the E.U. combined.