The European Medicines Agency said the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine could potentially cause rare blood clots and Commission President von der Leyen got sidelined in Ankara. Here's a look at two key stories making the news in Brussels this week.
Mario Draghi said he was “very displeased by the humiliation” the EU Commission president suffered during her meeting with the Turkish president.
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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.
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.
On the final day of the Antalya Grand Slam, it was the turn of the heavyweights to put on their show and Sweden’s Marc Nyman offered a masterclass in newaza, or floor-based judo.
Turkish athletes were out in force, displaying the incredible passion the home nation has for the sport of judo.
Japan’s Abe Hifumi is our man of the day. This was the 66kg double World Champion’s first outing on the tour since qualifying for the Olympics late last year and he flew through the preliminaries.
The Polish government claims the Istanbul Convention does not respect religion and promotes controversial ideologies about gender.