That's it from the European Parliament tonight.
MEPs will be back tomorrow morning from 08.00 GMT, when they will be debating this month's summit of EU leaders, including the current state of the UK's EU renegotiation, with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
After hearing a speech from Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, MEPs will decide during their voting session whether to reject a new EU-wide system for testing car diesel emissions.
MEPs on the Environment Committee have objected to plans to initially raise the current limits for nitrogen oxides as part of the changes.
The afternoon will see debates on the postponed presidential election in Haiti, the recent rejection of a national unity government in Libya, and the current economic turmoil in Venezuela.
In the evening, MEPs will discuss the protection of women in public places, following the alleged mass sexual offences in Cologne.