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Your pet can join you when you go on holiday to another EU country, but there are certain rules to bear in mind. Read on to find out more.
Was your train delayed or your flight cancelled? Find out about your passenger rights when travelling in the EU.
Find out how the EU and the European Parliament fight to protect women's rights and to improve gender equality at work, in politics and other areas.
Because you don´t choose where or when you get sick, avoid surprises and ask for your European Health Insurance Card to be covered all over the EU.
Europeans can safely enjoy a swim this summer as 96% of bathing sites meet minimum quality requirements set out under EU rules.
Migration represents challenges and opportunities for Europe. Learn how the EU deals with refugee movements and asylum.
The peaks in migration flows witnessed in the EU in 2015 and 2016 have subsided. Check out the latest migration and asylum numbers in our infographic.
MEPs adopted new rules to limit the use of antibiotics in farming in order to keep drug-resistant bacteria out of our food.
Every year 25,000 people die in the EU from infections caused by superbugs. With resistance to antibiotics growing, find out how MEPs plan to fight it.
Learn key facts about organic food and farming in Europe and how new rules will improve the quality further.
Europeans are concerned about pesticide residues in food and their potential effect on health. Find out how MEPs are tackling the issue.
Consumers are entitled to know that the food they buy and eat is safe, however food fraud cases such as the 2013 horsemeat scandal show that is not always the case.