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NATO’s Stoltenberg warns of risks to alliance’s unity over Turkey

By Alexandra Brzozowski

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday (14 October) the military alliance should not lose its unity in the fight against Daesh (IS), in light of Turkey’s military operation against Kurdish militants in northeastern Syria.

Louisiana election heads to runoff with Democrat Edwards to face GOP's Rispone

By Vandana Rambaran

Louisiana's Democratic governor, John Bel Edwards, will have to face a runoff election in November as he failed to garner at least 50 percent of the votes in Saturday's election.

The Twitch That Helps Your Intestines Grow

By Veronique Greenwood

Pulsing movements in an embryo are crucial to helping intestines grow into the wonder tube that it is, a study finds.

The Twitch That Helps Your Intestines Grow

By Veronique Greenwood

Pulsing movements in an embryo are crucial to helping intestines grow into the wonder tube that it is, a study finds.

Greece calls for more NATO ships to patrol Aegean Sea following Turkey’s Syria offensive

By Alexandra Brzozowski

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis called on NATO to increase naval patrols in the Aegean Sea on Thursday (10 October) after a threat by Turkey to open Europe's doors to more than three million migrants.

EU urges Turkey to halt Syria invasion, will not pay for β€˜safe zone’

By Georgi Gotev

The EU on Wednesday (9 October) demanded Turkey halt its military operation against Kurdish militants in northern Syria, telling Ankara the bloc would not pay for any so-called "safe zone" that might be created.

Four Deaths, Four Mysteries: Why Were They on the Street?

By Ashley Southall, Nikita Stewart and Sharon Otterman

Police and social workers have struggled to identify one of the four men bludgeoned to death in Chinatown on Saturday.

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded for Research on How Cells Manage Oxygen

By Gina Kolata and Megan Specia

The prize was awarded to William G. Kaelin Jr., Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for discoveries about how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded for Research on How Cells Manage Oxygen

By Gina Kolata and Megan Specia

The prize was awarded to William G. Kaelin Jr., Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for discoveries about how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.

Nobel Prize in Medicine Awarded for Research on How Cells Manage Oxygen

By Gina Kolata and Megan Specia

The prize was awarded to William G. Kaelin Jr., Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza for discoveries about how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.

Murderous Rampage Reveals Perils for the City’s Street Homeless

By Nikita Stewart, Katie Van Syckle and Ashley Southall

The brutal killing of four men occurred in a Manhattan neighborhood where the street homeless problem has long persisted.

Touch of Evil

By Maureen Dowd

Donald Trump drags us down to Chinatown.

In Chinatown, Rampage Against Sleeping Homeless Men Leaves 4 Dead

By Edgar Sandoval, William K. Rashbaum, Jeffrey E. Singer and Yonette Joseph

A fifth victim was in critical condition in the Manhattan attack, and a 24-year-old suspect was in custody.

Dutch PM Rutte: Europe needs to increase military spending

By Georgi Gotev

Europe needs to increase military spending to keep the transatlantic NATO alliance alive in the face of rising threats from Russia, China and elsewhere, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Thursday (3 October).

Fighting β€˜fake news’ online: How soldiers in Latvia got fooled by bots

By Hannes Heine

When NATO's Centre for Strategic Communication in Riga discovered how easy it was to dupe its soldiers online, it has started looking for ways of countering false information, which comes, in large part, from Russia. EURACTIV's media partner der Tagesspiegel reports.

How Many Steps Should You Take a Day?

By Kim Tingley

Fitness trackers have bolstered the case for even light exercise. The persistent mystery, though, is which movements matter most.

An Archaeological Puzzle on the Danube

By James Gorman

Unique sculptures date from the historical moment when two peoples and two cultures met on the banks of a section of the river, now known as the Iron Gates.

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