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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?
MEPs debated sexual harassment today (25 October) in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and press allegations regarding incidents in the Parliament.
Cancer is linked to more than half of work-related deaths in the EU. MEPs have adopted rules to prevent people being exposed to carcinogens and mutagens at work.
Discover how the European Parliament helps women to conquer cancer in Europe. MEP Daniela Aiuto, who is writing a report on it, explains the main issues.
The European asylum system collapsed due to the refugee crisis. A reform of current rules should make it fair and sustainable. Watch our interview with Cecilia Wikström to find out more.
Find out more about new internet privacy rules the EU is working on to help people control the data they create while browsing the internet or communicating with friends.
Learn more human trafficking in the EU on the occasion of the EU's Anti-Trafficking Day on Wednesday 18 October.
All you need to know about posted workers in the EU and how the Parliament wants to stop unfair competition and protect workers.
Parliament demands pesticides are checked for endocrine disrupting chemicals: "The protection of children and bees is more important than short-term economic interests."
Food companies are alleged to be selling lower quality food products in some EU countries. Parliament's internal market committee looked into the issue.
EU waters rank among the safest in the world, but as there is always room for improvement MEPs have approved an update of existing rules.