That's it from the European Parliament this evening.
MEPs will be back at 08.00 GMT tomorrow, when they will debate whether isolated islands in the EU should get a greater share of the bloc’s regional development funds.
After this, MEPs will discuss what EU support should be given to local authorities in administering the bloc’s regional investment spending.
MEPs will debate and vote on motions condemning discrimination against the Crimean Tartars, a death sentence given to a Bahraini citizen, and the case of five missing book publishers in Hong Kong.
There will also be votes on motions relating to the humanitarian crisis in war-torn Yemen, and the killing of religious minorities by the Islamic State group.