SENTENCES HANDED DOWN AT TRC

Nicene The Truth & Reconciliation Commission, established in the aftermath of the Second Lauchenoirian Civil War, today issued its verdicts and handed out sentences against a number of individuals involved in the war. The Commission, chaired by retired Sanctarian jurist Sylvia Churcher, had spent the last few months hearing evidence. The biggest stories out of […]

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AELURIA REJECTS INDEPENDENCE

Buttercity With a decisive 12% margin, Aelurians overwhelmingly rejected the offer of independence yesterday, voting 56-44% to remain a part of the Federation of Lauchenoiria, albeit with the promise of further devolved powers. The result definitively closes one chapter of the Lauchenoirian Civil War. Group Special Envoy for the Lauchenoirian Conflict, and de facto Guarantor […]

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SMYTH MOVES TO ALLAY INTERFERENCE FEARS

Buttercity Group Special Envoy for the Lauchenoirian Conflict, and de facto Guarantor of the Haven Accords, Ambassador Robert Smyth yesterday moved to dispel talk that the Matriarchy of Kerlile was planning to interfere in the Aelurian Independence Referendum. Speaking to reporters outside of his temporary office in Buttercity, Smyth called the concerns “well-intentioned, but not […]

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LAERALSFORD BLACKOUT AMIDST TOUGH ELECTION CAMPAIGN

Laeralsford, Laeral Laeral’s capital city, Laeralsford, plunged into darkness last night causing untold chaos not only to the city itself, but also to the campaigning currently underway in advance of the nation’s presidential and general elections next month. The blackout, which is believed to have originated at Vercemer Hydroelectric Plant, has resulted in a number […]

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SMYTH EYES CIDUS RETURN

CIDUS HQ Former Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary General Emeritus of the Council of IDU States, Mr. Robert Smyth, has been re-nominated to the role of Secretary General by the Sanctarian government, this paper can reveal. Smyth, who served as the founding Secretary General of CIDUS, was term limited to a single term before handing […]

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