The US president tweeted claims that mail-in voting would create widespread fraud and suggested that the election should be delayed
Around 6,400 will head home — but will be redeployed back to Europe on a rotational basis — while 5,400 will be sent to countries including Italy, Belgium and Poland.
Fusion is a nuclear reaction that powers the Sun and the stars and is a potential source of safe, non-carbon emitting and virtually limitless energy.
30,000 people are taking part across the country. Results aren't expected before November.
US President Donald Trump's national security advisor has tested positive for COVID-19, making him the highest ranking official to test positive for the virus.
Germany had an overall approval rating of 44 per cent among residents of 135 countries, with the US, Russia, and China vying for second place.
The US consulate in Chengdu was taken over by Chinese authorities after the Trump administration ordered the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston.
A Singaporean man pleaded guilty in the US to working as a foreign agent for China, as diplomatic tensions between Washington and Beijing escalate in a tit-for-tat consulate closure.
The US president recognised that in some areas schools may need to reopen a few weeks later.
As the Arctic ice sheet melts, the United States, Russia and China are racing for a share of the region’s energy and mineral resources.
Trump plans to deploy hundreds of federal law enforcement agents to combat crime.
The earthquake struck just 60 miles south-southeast of Perryville, Alaska, initially triggering warnings for a possible tsunami.
The global death toll also passed the 600,000 thresholds, according to a tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.
The Trump administration rescinded on a policy that would have stripped international students of their visas if their schools held classes entirely online because of the pandemic.
The US is imposing tariffs over France's tax on technology companies.
The US celebrated Independence Day as coronavirus cases pass 2.8 million.
"I feel this is my grandparents' generation when they emigrated from Greece to the US and never saw their parents again," Pauline Manos, an American who has lived in Brussels for 30 years, told Euronews.
The legislation is aimed at curbing subversive, secessionist and terrorist activities, as well as foreign intervention in the city's affairs. It follows months of anti-government protests that at times descended into violence in Hong Kong last year.
Trust in the US has fallen in the EU while negativity towards China has increased, leading many to call on the bloc to take a more unified response to global threats.
The WHO warned against a "significant resurgence" in cases in several European states, while US and India set new coronavirus infection records.
The recent surge in US cases has led some states to tighten restrictions again.
US health officials said the true number of infections could be 10 times higher than what is officially reported.
European Union officials are drawing up lists detailing which countries whose travellers the bloc could allow in -- and those who will still be refused entry -- when the EU's external borders are reopened on July 1.
Expectations of progress are low as US and Russian officials meet for nuclear disarmament talks. China has rejected US calls to join in, accusing the Trump administration of deflecting responsibility.
Plastic pollution in the atmosphere is now being found outside of urban areas.
The social media giant said it "violated their policy against organised hate".