12 September
United Kingdom
Jeremy Corbyn is elected the new leader of British Labour party with 59.5% of the vote.

18 September
Russian air force delivered their first fighter planes to a Syrian base to attack the Islamic State.

18 September
German company Volkswagen admitted they cheated emissions tests: about 11 million diesel engines on vehicles that were sold between the USA and Europe.

19 September
The Japanese parliament approves a law that, for the first time since 1947, authorises overseas combat missions for the army.

20 September
Syriza, the party of outgoing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, won early elections with 35.5% of the vote. It achieved the relative majority with 145 seats.

22 September
Belgium, Brussels
EU home affairs ministers approve by a large majority a plan to distribute 120,000 refugees among the member states, following proportional quotas.

27 September
The two parties supporting Catalonian independence won the elections for the regional parliament, though they failed to get more than 50% of the vote.

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