The European Union's top two officials will pay a rare visit on Tuesday to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan aimed at testing his avowed commitment to improve uneasy ties. Years of disagreements over a growing list of issues threatened to boil over last summer when Turkey sent navy ships to support an energy exploration mission in waters claimed by EU members Cyprus and Greece. The Turks say they want to move forward from "positive" talks held in a series of calls to "concrete action" -- especially on migration. The possible thaw coincides with a toughening on Turkey from the White House, where the election of President Joe Biden saw Erdogan lose a personal friend in Donald Trump. In a "carrot-and-stick" approach, the EU is dangling the possibility of updating the sides' customs union, visa liberalisation, providing more money for refugees and increased dialogue with Turkey on several fronts. But an EU official insisted that Tuesday's meeting "will not be a moment of negotiations" but rather a chance for the sides to lay out their terms for improved ties.
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Vaccination centers in Germany canceled thousands of appointments this week, after officials suspended use of the AstraZeneca vaccine. At a press conference this afternoon, EMA officials said their inquiry could not rule out a connection between the vaccine and certain unusual clotting and bleeding disorders, but they concluded that the benefits of the vaccine clearly outweigh the risks. The agency will add a warning to the vaccine product information to alert patients and doctors to the potential side effects, which appear to be extremely rare. EMA said it would continue its examination of the clotting and bleeding disorders. EMA also said vaccinees who experience symptoms such as persistent bleeding, pain in the chest or stomach, severe or worsening headaches, or blurred vision should seek prompt medical assistance. But the opposite may well be the case, says Stephan Lewandowsky, a risk communication expert at the University of Bristol.
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Living in North America, it is very easy to get used to the idea of using almost the same type of resume, or curriculum vitae CV as it is typically referred to in Europe, no matter where you apply for work. While some differences can be found in resume styles depending on job sector, a resume that is suitable for Utah is generally going to be suitable for Ontario or New York. Historically, that has not been the case in Europe. Because of the increasing number of cross boarder workers in the EU, there is now an initiative to standardize a CV for job applications anywhere in the EU. The Europass set of documents are in a recognized format that help to standardize CV style, description of language skills, and education and skill competencies.