"People in the U.K. have seen the impacts of privatization and want it back into the hands of the public," Senator Bernie Sanders told Newsweek.
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.
France, Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Greece have issued new safety measures following a rise in cases.
Many Europeans are asking if Americans even care about their people's own health, as they have watched in astonishment at the world's most powerful country faltering in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The short silent film was produced by Deutsche Mutoskop und Biograph.
While Sweden's GDP fell in the second quarter, the country is not in a recession.
It's almost become a cliche at this point: the Germans have a word for everything. It turns out they even have a term or two that perfectly describes the particular summer malaise brought about by the events of 2020.
"The only solution is martial law on the border, putting the United States Army in charge of it," retired Army Colonel Douglas Macgregor said in 2019.
The U.S. currently has the most confirmed cases and deaths in the world.
Sweden's seven-day rolling average of daily new deaths has been mostly declining since around mid-April.
Spain, France and Germany have all reported a 35 to 171 percent spike in new cases per 100,000 people in the past 14 days.
"I have had conversations with European defense ministers and ambassadors regarding this troop movement," Representative Ruben Gallego told Newsweek. "They are worried that it will lessen deterrence against Russia."
Spain, France and Germany have each reported around a 30 to 90 percent increase in new cases in recent weeks.
A Georgian national was shot dead in the centre of Berlin last August and Germany's prosecutors have pointed the finger at Moscow.
"It seems clear that something is brewing underneath the heart of northwest Europe," said researcher Corné Kreemer.
The Cold War is over. And although Moscow has shown itself to be a prolific agitator, an outdated U.S. military posture in Europe isn't helping.
Persuading Germany to spend more on defense and weaning Europe off dependence on Russian energy are worthy goals, but this removal gets the Trump administration no closer to either of them.
The president's plans to remove more than 9,500 U.S. troops from Germany could threaten stability in Europe.
Following Sunday's demonstration outside of the United States Embassy in Berlin, protestors gathered to support Black Lives Matter and demand an end to police violence and racism on Tuesday.
The parishioners were diagnosed with COVID-19, after attending a Baptist service in Frankfurt, Germany.
Though 66 percent of Americans positively rated the COVID-19 responses in South Korea and Germany, only 47 percent of Americans said the U.S. had handled the pandemic well.
There are no artefacts buried alongside the skeleton that could offer arcaheologists clues to the woman's life or death.
Survey data also showed German opinion of China had deteriorated at a lower rate than public perception of America.
German officials described the move as being an "important milestone" in the nation's energy transition, which aims to see all nuclear reactors in the county being taken offline by the end of 2022.
An 20-year-old American man's plan to sneak into Germany to visit his girlfriend by posing as an airport cleaner was foiled when workers noticed he could not speak German and was not carrying any airport identification.
But the German chancellor warned that the virus remains a danger to all Germans.
The nation reported 933 new cases on Tuesday after reporting just 357 the day before.
German opposition lawmakers have called on the chancellor to prioritize human rights and transparency when President Xi Jinping comes to Europe in September.