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EU's Michel 'hasn't slept well' since chair gaffe in Turkey
Footage shows the awkward moment Michel and Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took the two top seats, leaving von der Leyen left wondering where she should sit. Eventually, she withdrew to a sofa, some distance from the two men.
Gaffe as EU's Von der Leyen left without chair as male leaders look on
The incident comes with Turkey under the spotlight over women's rights after withdrawing from the Istanbul Convention, an international treaty on preventing domestic violence.
EU to reset relations with Turkey by refinancing migration deal
European leaders will meet next week in Brussels to discuss the state of EU-Turkey relations following a fractious 2020.
Turkey rejects criticism of its handling of ongoing student protests
Students have been protesting the appointment of an Erdogan loyalist as the rector of Istanbul's prestigious Bogazici University, with some demonstrations resulting in clashes with security forces.
Erdogan wants to draft a new 'civilian' constitution for Turkey
The president said Turkey's current constitution contains "indelible" traces of the "military tutelage".
Turkey bans advertising on Twitter, Pinterest under social media law
NGOs have warned that social networks risk "becoming instruments of state censorship" in Turkey under the legislation.
Turkish-EU relations: Why won't the bloc take a hard line on Turkey?
Another EU summit has passed without tough sanctions being imposed on Ankara. When it comes to foreign policy, the national interests of individual EU member states triumph.
Turkey to bring in the new year with a new COVID-19 lockdown
The short lockdown will begin on New Years Eve and last until the morning of January 4, the president has announced.
Turkey orders arrest of 304 over suspected ties to aborted 2016 coup
Following the coup attempt, President Erdogan and his government instigated purges of the military and civil society on an unprecedented scale in modern Turkish history.
Turkey's Erdogan says he hopes France gets rid of Emmanuel Macron
Ramping up the ongoing war of words between the two leaders, the Turkish president said Macron was "trouble" for France.
Hundreds of army personnel jailed for life over Turkey's failed coup
They were accused of directing the coup and bombing key government buildings, including a section of the parliament building.
EU needs action not words against Turkey, says Manfred Weber
"We have to act now [against Turkey]," said Weber. "Words are not any more enough. And we must use our economic power."
Turkish law tightening rules on social media comes into effect
Critics say the restrictions are a part of a government crackdown on freedom of expression.
Severe flash floods in northern Turkey kills seven people
A massive search and rescue operation is underway in Turkey's Black sea region after flooding washed away roads and buildings.
Turkey is converting another former Byzantine church into a mosque
As with the Hagia Sophia, the decision is seen as being geared to consolidate the conservative and religious support base of Erdogan's ruling party at a time when his popularity is under strain.
Hagia Sophia opens for first Muslim prayers in 86 years
The former Byzantine cathedral, which was until this month a museum and Istanbul's top tourist attraction, will open for the first time in 86 years for Friday prayers.
Turkey's decision to remove Hagia Sophia's universal status is a new provocation of Europe ǀ View
The controversial decision to strip the Hagia Sophia of its status as a symbol of interfaith and intercultural co-operation is yet another hammer blow to EU-Turkish relations.
Hagia Sophia: Church body appeals for mosque decision to be reversed
The head of the World Council of Churches has appealed to the Turkish president to reversed the decision to turn the former Orthodox Christian cathedral from a museum into a mosque.
The Brief: Erdogan's ultimatum, coronavirus concerns and migration
Monday marks 100 days of Ursual von der Leyen's team in office, and while they set clear goals in terms of climate, digital and gender, events regarding migration, COVID-19 and foreign policy have overtaken the European Commission.
EU and Turkey agree to review 2016 migration deal
In 2016, Turkey was promised up to 6 billion euros in aid for the more than 3.5 million Syrian refugees it hosts, as well as fast-tracked EU membership. Now, the EU and Turkey will review the deal.
Turkey calls for EU help as bloc scrambles for Greek border solutions
Turkey has called for more help with migrants after 'opening the door' and causing increased movement on the Greek border. Meanwhile, NGOs slam the EU for what they see as a lack of humanitarian response.
NATO anniversary: the three personalities to watch
A low-key gathering in London could lead to rhetorical fireworks as the military alliance marks its 70th anniversary.
Boris Johnson's ancestral Turkish village 'proud' over him becoming PM
The new British leader's great-great-grandfather was born in Kalfat, in central Turkey, in 1813.
Imamoglu, Turkey's quiet force challenging President Erdogan
Running under the slogan "Everything will be fine", Ekrem Imamoglu confirmed his victory as Istanbul mayor on Sunday. His supporters already see him challenge Erdogan in the 2023 presidential election.
'I've got to stay away': Barbaros Sansal talks life outside of Turkey
Barbaros Sansal made the decision to start a new life in Belgium after being attacked and imprisoned last year for posting a critical video on social media.
Watch: German city removes statue of Turkish president
The statue was removed on Wednesday, with authorities saying it had become a security risk.