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Leeuwarden, the capital of the Dutch province of Friesland, and Valletta, the capital of Malta, will organise hundreds of events during their stint as European Capital
How well do you know Europe? Find out by taking part in our winter challenge! See how many European capitals you can identify correctly.
Travel, shop, watch and call throughout the EU with no barriers and no additional costs. This is what the EU's internal market is all about and what Parliament is fighting for.
As the world marks International Human Rights Day on 10 December, find out how Parliament supports human rights in Tunisia and elsewhere.
More young people became unemployed in the wake of the economic crisis. Find out the EU measures to help them and the improvements proposed by Parliament.
Women are hit harder by natural disasters than men and MEPs want action to address the risks that especially affect poorer women.
The European Parliament is hosting an event on 6 December to discuss how to ensure people with a disability can fully participate in society.
MEPs insist that glyphosate, a potentially carcinogenic substance, be banned after 2022. Member states decided on 27 November that the herbicide can be used in the EU for another five years.
Parliament’s buildings in Brussels were lit up in orange on 25 November to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
The start of talks on new rules for making online TV programmes available abroad has been approved by MEPs.
All new cars should be equipped with driver-assistance systems capable of detecting pedestrians, braking automatically or adapting the speed, according to MEPs.
A delegation of 12 MEPs will attend the 23rd UN climate summit in Bonn, Germany, from 14 to 17 November. What is the focus of COP23 after the Paris agreement?