Analysts say the assault, which violated a seven-month truce, could be seen as a warning to Ankara.
On ancient stones and new barriers, computer screens and emergency exits.
The plane crashed into a residential area. No civilians on the ground were injured, the authorities said.
The pandemic death toll could be lowered by next spring if more Americans wear masks, a new analysis finds.
A pregnant woman who drowned in Vietnam was one of at least 114 people killed in record-breaking floods that have pummeled the country’s central coast.
Researchers once feared that school reopenings might spread the virus through communities. But so far there is little evidence that it’s happening.
Health officials say there is no link between the deaths and the flu vaccines. But the deaths, after two recent vaccine recalls, have raised safety fears among the public at a critical time.
A Harvard researcher added up the number of years that Americans who died from Covid-19 might have lived had they reached a typical life expectancy.
At least 12 people died as thousands crowded a soccer stadium. Many were seeking medical care in Pakistan, which recently eased its pandemic border restrictions.
The fire aboard the Conception scuba dive boat killed 34 people last year.
A C.D.C. analysis finds that overall death rates have risen, particularly among young adults and people of color.
The philosopher Todd May is an atheist who rejects the supernatural, but not the people who believe in it.
Except in areas where Covid is surging, there are still no lines of patients in the hospital halls.
Timesha Beauchamp, 20, was declared dead in August, only to be found alive hours later at a funeral home near Detroit. She died on Sunday.
A manifesto urging reliance on “herd immunity” without lockdowns was warmly received by administration officials. But the strategy cannot stem the pandemic, many experts say.
Critics said the study, sponsored by the W.H.O., was too poorly conducted to be definitive.
Search-and-rescue efforts were underway after a landslide in the central province of Quang Tri, resulting in what may be the country’s greatest military loss in peacetime.
The ultra-Orthodox synagogue in Brooklyn accused state officials of “unwarranted attacks” on the wedding.
I’m not afraid of criticism, and ‘Protect Black women’ should not be controversial.
The months ahead will be difficult. But the medical cavalry is coming, and the rest of us know what we need to do.
Editors at the world’s leading medical journal said the Trump administration “took a crisis and turned it into a tragedy.”
Employees of a JBS meat-processing plant in Greeley, Colo., got sick or died, but their families have so far been denied compensation.
The blaze in downtown Elizabeth also left two adults, including a woman believed to be the girls’ mother, in critical condition.
The 15-story building had been inspected hours before the accident.
Cases are spiking at Appalachian State in North Carolina, causing many students and faculty members to call for stronger safety measures.
The police in Thailand, widely criticized for dropping charges against the wealthy playboy in July, are now seeking the global agency’s help in finding him.
Speed and scale may matter more than absolute effectiveness when it comes to tests, masks, treatments and vaccines.
Remembering the people who died from the coronavirus — through those who loved them.
Forget the snark. Just wear a mask.
Only the United States and Brazil have reported more deaths from the coronavirus. Despite its climbing numbers, India plans to lift more restrictions.
Extra weight in some places may lower your risk of dying prematurely.
“Driving home from the hospital with no baby,” Ms. Teigen wrote on Twitter. “How can this be real.” She said she and her husband had decided to call the infant Jack.
The rate of death went down in patients over 65. Researchers also found that children of all ages became infected and spread the virus to others.
The teacher put nitrite in the kindergarten students’ breakfast porridge, poisoning 25 and killing one.
Chad Dorrill, a 19-year-old at Appalachian State, recovered from flulike symptoms but then developed neurological problems.
After having weathered high death rates when it resisted a lockdown in the spring, Sweden now has one of Europe’s lowest rates of daily new cases. Whether that is an aberration remains to be seen.
Marion County deputies responded to a call about a “possible hostage situation” on Monday afternoon, the sheriff’s office said. It was not immediately clear who fired the shots, or how many people died.
Few hospital beds, lack of equipment, a shipment of body bags in response to a request for coronavirus tests: The agency providing health care to tribal communities struggled to meet the challenge.
The U.S. spent 15 years preparing for the coronavirus. Why did we handle it so badly?
Over the past 10 months, the virus has taken more lives than H.I.V., malaria, influenza and cholera. And as it sows destruction in daily life around the globe, it is still growing quickly.
A fire led to excessively high levels of carbon monoxide, officials said. The site had previously been fined for safety violations.
Doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital said the unusual case highlighted the risk of consuming too much glycyrrhizic acid, which is found in black licorice.
The former leaders of the state-run Holyoke Soldiers’ Home in Massachusetts were indicted by a state grand jury on abuse and neglect charges related to their work there.
Infections among young adults eventually may have spread to older, more vulnerable people, the C.D.C. reported.
No police officer will have to answer for Breonna Taylor’s death. This never gets easier.
Seven months since the Philippines enacted its first lockdown, Jolog’s Barbershop exemplifies the toll the coronavirus has exacted on the country in lost lives, income and sense of community.
In William Blake’s engravings for the Book of Job I found a powerful lesson about grief and attachment.
For the vast majority of people in one teeming neighborhood of Mexico City, risking illness or death has simply become the price of survival.
The country’s worst industrial fire killed more than 260 people in 2012. Victims’ relatives said the real culprits had escaped justice.
Amanda Kloots kept the world informed while her husband, a Broadway actor, lost a battle with Covid. After many grueling months, she’s trying to look ahead.