That's it for our coverage of the European Parliament this evening.
MEPs will be back in the hemicycle tomorrow morning from 08.00 GMT, when Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte is due to speak in a debate on his country's presidency of the EU.
After lunchtime votes, French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius will join MEPs to debate last month's UN climate deal in Paris.
In the evening, MEPs will discuss the humanitarian crisis in war-torn Yemen, the killing of religious minorities by the Islamic State group, and the recent upturn in violence in south-eastern Turkey.
There will also be debate on the practical implications of France's decision to trigger an EU mutual defence clause, ahead of a vote on a non-binding motion on Thursday.