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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federal Republic of ClarkstanMoralistic Democracy“Together we are stronger,divided we are weak.”
2.The Democratic States of ToinDemocratic Socialists“Quia pax omnis”
3.The Protectorate of OrhecDemocratic Socialists“The ceremony of innocence is drowned”
4.The Grand Duchy of ChetopianInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Might Makes Right”
5.The Republic of World Hockey ForumLibertarian Police State“Ice Hockey”
6.The Republic of WestraliaLeft-wing Utopia“Cygnis Insignis”
7.The United Aryan Provinces of The Great Empire of Soviet ReunionsPsychotic Dictatorship“The world should REALLY burn.”
8.The Republic of LutoviaScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Ego Adhuc Memento”
9.The Republic of Niu TiraniCivil Rights Lovefest“Kia kaha!”

Regional Happenings

  • : Regional Founder Medoynia ceased to exist.
  • : The Kingdom of Angladen departed this region for Angladen.
  • : North olpen ceased to exist.
  • : Baronsbar ceased to exist.
  • : Ilkonescu ceased to exist.
  • : Job ceased to exist.
  • : Necklace ceased to exist.
  • : The Most Serene Republic of Azerka departed this region for Europe.
  • : Nueva isabela ceased to exist.
  • : Angladien spm ceased to exist.


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Severe Cold Snap Brings Cold and Snow to Westerlin

Yesterday, a powerful cold front slammed into the Cape of Good Hope, rapidly traveling north and eastward. Heavy rainfall slammed the lowlands and valleys of the country. While the mountains received heavy snowfall and ice. Temperatures behind the front dropped to 10-15 degrees Celsius in the coastal area for high temperatures. Lows at night bottomed out around 5 degrees Celsius. The mountains received temperatures at or below freezing. Betty's Bay a coastal vacation spot received up to 137.4 mm in a single day. Causing mudslides and flooding. Cape Town received only 63.5 mm of rainfall in a single day, becoming the 4th rainiest day in city history.

On the tops of Table Mountain snow and ice fell briefly lasting late in the morning. Long enough for hikers to snap photos of the rare event. Meanwhile, on Gough Island, snow fell at sea level sticking to the ground as a coating. The Gough Island Airport was closed because of strong Antarctic winds, cold and blizzard like conditions. Other airports including, Cape Town International Airport, Fenburg International Airport, and Mangata International Airport were closed for a time.

In the Zaledo Region, the temperature reached heatwave status, Temperatures will reach 32 degrees or greater even along the coast with strong winds blowing off the desert. The heatwave will be brief, with a two day break during the weekend. Starting next week Monday, a even more powerful heatwave will develop sending temperatures soring from near the average of 18 degrees to 30 degrees and above for all next week. Meanwhile, a series of cold fronts will impact the rest of the nation throughout next week. With the first occurring on Monday being brutal with heavy rainfall, snow, and severe cold weather. Temperatures will moderate throughout the week but will remain below average.

Snow is expected to hit the Central Highlands, South and North Rhodesland. With heavy snow expected to be more widespread in the mountains. Heavy rainfall is expected to become an issue next week along the south and east coast of the country. Rainfall this year has been historically low, until May and June ramped up to well above average levels of rainfall. Some areas are still experiencing flooding and have been for over 1 and a half months with few breaks. Experts say that the unusually heavy rainfall will continue until late August. However, cold air like that we have seen these last couple of days will become less potent and less common throughout the rest of the season.

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    LBCI / Levantine Broadcasting Corporation

Levantine Asserts Claim over Hatay Province, Seeking Reunification.

    BEIRUT — In a bold move reflecting Levantine's renewed strength and stability, President Abela Hakim has announced Levantinum's intention to reclaim the Hatay Province, igniting a geopolitical debate and raising concerns among neighboring countries. The Hatay Province, also known as Alexandretta, has been a matter of historical dispute between Turkey and the Levantine Federation since the 1930s. After a tumultuous past marked by shifting borders and regional conflicts, Levantinum is now emerging as a formidable force, seeking to restore its territorial integrity.

    President Abela Hakim addressed the nation in a televised speech, asserting Levantine's claim over Hatay and emphasizing the region's deep-rooted historical and cultural ties to the Syrian counterpart of the country. She argued that it is high time for the province to be reintegrated into the Levantinum fold, particularly into Syrian territory, highlighting Levantinum's stability and military strength as key factors for revisiting this issue.

    "In the present era, we stand united as a steadfast and sovereign nation," enunciated President Hakim, "and it is our solemn responsibility to redress historical imbalances. The inhabitants of Hatay merit inclusion within a potent and united Levantinum." President Abela further expressed the importance of reunification with the Hatay territories on the levels of the citizens of Hatay, and their families in the Levantine Federation, and urges the reversal of the encroachment upon Levantine lands.

    The Levantine President further noted that the utilization of Diplomacy will be the primary method by which the country manifests to retrieve the Hatay Province. However, she further expressed that Levantinum will project its military power if its attempts at reunifying Syrian lands diplomatically fail.

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        11 July 2023 | €1.5

      Iceland Declared Safe, by the Government of Laurente, to Travel After Months of Recovery Due to the Devastating Öræfajökull Eruption.

    COPENHAGEN — Following the catastrophic volcanic eruption of Öræfajökull in Iceland, the country has been declared safe for travel by the Icelandic authorities, marking a significant step towards recovery and restoration. The announcement comes after months of intensive efforts to mitigate the aftermath of one of the most powerful eruptions in Icelandic history. The volcanic eruption, which commenced in September 2022 and ranked as a Category 6 event on the Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI), caused widespread devastation, leading to the evacuation of thousands of residents and significant disruptions to air travel. The eruption resulted in the tragic loss of lives and left numerous communities grappling with the destruction of infrastructure and natural landscapes.

    However, with the tremendous dedication and resilience of the Icelandic people, supported by international aid and resources, Iceland has made substantial progress in the restoration process. The Laurenti Meteorological Office, in collaboration with various scientific institutions, has closely monitored the volcanic activity and seismic movements, ensuring the safety and well-being of the population. Today, the government of Laurente, led by Prime Minister Antoine Rouzet, announced that the affected regions have successfully undergone extensive recovery operations. Ash clean-up efforts, infrastructure repairs, and rebuilding initiatives have been carried out diligently to restore normalcy and ensure the safety of residents and travelers alike.

    Furthermore, a comprehensive assessment conducted by geological experts and environmental authorities has confirmed that the risk of further volcanic activity in the affected areas has significantly diminished. The combination of monitoring technologies, enhanced warning systems, and improved disaster response mechanisms have bolstered confidence in Iceland's ability to handle potential future events. In light of these developments, the Ministry of Tourism has reopened popular tourist destinations, including the mesmerizing landscapes of the Golden Circle, the stunning glaciers, and the vibrant capital city of Reykjavik. The country's iconic geothermal spas, such as the Blue Lagoon, are also welcoming visitors once again, offering a unique and rejuvenating experience.

    To ensure the utmost safety of tourists, the government has implemented stringent safety protocols and continues to work closely with local tour operators and travel agencies. Regular inspections of accommodations, transportation facilities, and natural attractions are being conducted to guarantee that all services meet the highest safety standards. As the territories of Iceland emerge from the shadows of the devastating eruption, Prime Minister Rouzet expressed his gratitude to the international community for their unwavering support during these trying times. He highlighted the resilience of the Icelandic people and their determination to rebuild stronger and more prepared for future challenges, describing them as the pillar of inspiration for the people of Laurent.

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        Laurente Departs CESPA, Enhances Cooperation with EU and NATO.

      STOCKHOLM — In a strategic shift of alliances, the government of Laurente has announced its departure from the Central European Security Pact (CESPA) and a renewed focus on cooperation with the European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). This decision comes after a careful evaluation of Laurente's national interests and the changing geopolitical landscape in the region.

      Laurente's participation in CESPA, which aimed to promote mutual aid and prevent war among its member nations, was initially motivated by concerns over the volatile situation with neighboring Clarkstan. However, recent developments have prompted a reassessment of Laurente's security priorities, leading to a decision to pursue alternative avenues for regional cooperation. Thusly, it was confirmed and approved by Prime Minister Rouzet and retrieved Royal Assent; finalizing the decision of Laurente's departure from CESPA.

              The Global Vermonter
              11 July - Anna P. Beard, homeland affairs senior editor

    Historic rainfall and flooding strikes Vermont, thousands evacuated as Montpelier Reservoir nears spillover

      (The Global Vermonter) MONTPELIER - Vermont has been gripped with historic and catastrophic flooding after a powerful storm dumped over 23 centimeters of rain on many parts of the state. Worse yet, Prime Minister Selene Colburn warned that the catastrophe is "nowhere near over," as weather forecasts expect the rain to continue for the rest of the week.

      Data from the Vermont Atmospheric Administration showed that parts of Vermont saw upwards of 600 percent of the normal rainfall in the days leading up to Tuesday, 11 July.

      On Sunday, the national government, in coordination with county and local government units issued flash flood warnings and advisories and evacuation alerts for much of Vermont, and Co-Presidents Molly Gray and Bernie Sanders, with the assent of Colburn, declared a state of emergency. This early declaration allowed thousands of people to evacuate early, and in the early morning hours of Monday prepped evacuation centers all over the country were reporting still receiving new evacuees.

      Evacuation alerts stressed to people to secure their homes as much as they can but to not bring more than their essentials. Furthermore, warnings were given out to not under any circumstances leave behind any pets, as every evacuation center will be specifically equipped with facilities to house animals, and people with the means to evacuate to hotels will be given leeway for the time being to bring their pets with them. Farmers were advised to coordinate with local Army and Gendarmerie units to secure their livestock. Families that leave behind animals and farmers that neglect to provide for their security during the storm will be prosecuted.

      As of Tuesday, Vermont officials said that there have been no injuries or deaths. At least 150 rescues have already been carried out, not including the rescue of several dozen household pets like cats and dogs.

      The Atmospheric Administration warned that Vermont is still in the "earliest stages of the disaster" as the rainfall is expected to continue almost unabated for the rest of the week. The administration is keeping an eye on Vermont's major bodies of water, particularly the Winooski River, which runs through Montpelier. The rainfall has already caused water levels in the Winooski to surpass the levels they had reached in the historic 2011 storm. Worse yet, if the torrential rainfall does not abate, it could cause the nearby Wrighstville Reservoir that is preventing Montpelier from becoming fully submerged to spillover.

      Water levels at the Reservoir were reported at less than one meter from the spillway early Tuesday and were slowly rising. Montpelier Chief Administrative Officer William Fraser warned that if the dam overflows, it would result in "a large amount of water coming into Montpelier, which would drastically add to the existing flood damage."

      "This has never happened since the reservoir was built, so there is no precedent for the potential damage it could cause," he added.

      Gray and Sanders have already mobilized most active units of the Vermont Army for search, rescue and evacuation operations in most of the country and for disaster relief for parts of the country that were already through the worst of the flooding. The co-presidents were also reportedly in talks with the General Assembly looking into the possibility of calling upon the Militia to provide additional assistance if necessary.

      Diaspora Minister Patrick Sharp MP has called upon Vermonters to do what they can from abroad to check up on their families and, if possible, to donate to rescue and relief organizations.

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Article 9 referendum fails

Despite Government push to repeal Article 9, the referendum has failed, meaning Nihon will continue to hold a Self-Defence Force only.

The referendum to repeal Article 9 was one key promise the LDP made during the most recent election in February. While this promise proved divisive during the election, the party eventually retook power after being out of office for five years. The referendum was subsequently announced to take place on the 16th of July.

While debate on this topic became heated and polls suggested that the referendum would be successful by a thin margin, the result declared on the 16th and confirmed today shows that those in favour of repealing Article 9 were outweighed by those in favour of keeping it. 42.4% approved repealing the Article, while 57.6% were against it.

The Minister of Defence and the main proponent Kuwahara Toshiro, is rumoured to be resigning from his position due to this result and is expected to release his official statement later tonight.

Prime Minister Sakane Tamiyo expressed disappointment in the final result, but accepts and will not contest said result.

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Levantinum declares claim over Hatay

    LBCI / Levantine Broadcasting Corporation

Levantine Prepares Military Near Hatay.

    BEIRUT — In a display of its dedication to reunifying the Hatay territories into the Syrian Counterpart of the Federation, the Levantine Federation has reportedly positioned a significant number of its military assets near the borders of the Hatay Province, causing concerns among neighboring countries. The move comes as Levantine further asserts its claim over the Hatay province, which is historically related to the Syrian Counterpart of the Levant.

    Amidst a backdrop of regional geopolitical tensions, the Levantine government's decision to reinforce its military presence near the Hatay Province has raised eyebrows in neighboring countries and has drawn the attention of the international community. The Hatay Province, located in southern Turkey, shares a border with Syria, making it a strategically significant region. Furthermore, with the Levantine Arab Federation asserting its claim over the territory, and receiving no response from the Turkish Government, Levantinum has resorted to a possible military intervention that must be approved by the Legislature and Executive Branch of the Levantine Government.

    Furthermore, the Levantine government has recently invested in modernizing and enhancing its military capabilities, including upgrading equipment, training personnel, and fortifying defense systems all in an effort of strengthening the Levantine Armed Forces, and the Syrian Local Defense Forces. While neighboring countries closely monitor the situation, Turkish authorities have expressed concern over Levantine's military build-up near the Hatay Province.

    While Levantine will continue exercising the deployment of its military assets near the Hatay province, the government will still call for dialogue and diplomatic efforts in order to re-integrate the historically-significant territory of the Hatay Province into Levantinum. The President, Abela Hakim, has noted that diplomatic channels are going to be utilized to foster understanding as to why it is vital to connect Hatay to Syria.

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Flooding, Snow and Heatwave Continues to Slam Westerlin

Across, Westerlin disaster after disaster area was declared. From the north west coast to the highlands and mountains to the coastal plains. Nationwide, 33 people are confirmed dead from flooding, snow and cold, and a rare heatwave. A series of cold fronts unleashed their fury. Since the First of July precipitation has been well above average and temperatures below average in most places. And the two week long heatwave that brought hell to the north west desert coast. This chain of events was first caused by an atmospheric river and an Antarctic plunge.

We'll start off along the south coast. Where record rainfall has slammed the region. Anywhere from 230 mm to 610 mm have fallen since July 1st. The Overberg, Garden Route, the Cape Winelands, and Albury regions were hit the hardest. Farm fields turned into lakes, homes flooded, businesses wiped out. 23 people have died in this area alone. There has been little relief in regard to the weather pattern. Rivers, streams overflowed to cover vast parts of normally dry land. Two towns were wiped off the map. Inedited by water from a failed levee nearby. Over 100,000 people were forced to evacuate nationwide. 10,000+ people are now homeless nationwide. In Cape Town, the water was ruthless, destroying low laying neighborhoods and suburbs. Cape Town has seen 135% of it's annual rainfall so far. Power was knocked out to nearly 20% of the Metro Area's population at one point. In the Capital of Fenburg, heavy rainfall has wiped out a few suburbs and heavily damaged the historic Victorian era CBD. Reservoirs across the south are overflowing, forcing emergency evacuations and releases of flood water. Causing more damage.

Meanwhile in the mountains, very heavy snowfall and cold has trapped thousands across the highlands and the coastal mountains. Temperatures plunged to near record lows. It reached -18 degrees Celsius in some places. Snowfall ranged from a dusting in rare areas in the lowlands. To a meter in the mountains and highlands. Several people were trapped and had to be evacuated from their homes because of how deep the snow had become. Afrski the nation's only ski resort was forced to close because of dangerous blizzard conditions and record cold temperatures. Mountain passes were closed throughout the nation in an effort to prevent unnecessary travel and clear the roads of snow and ice. In some places roofs collapsed because of the weight of the snow and ice. 8 people have died either from collapsed roofs, traffic accidents or lack of adequate heating.

Meanwhile, on the northwest coast, the cold front and the following cold wave, forced the hot air of the desert east with lots of sand. The temperatures surpassed 30 degrees Celsius almost every day for the last 2 weeks. In some places the heat reached 40 degrees Celsius. In Whale Bay the temperature reached 35 degrees Celsius. Victoria Beach and Elizabeth Bay, the temperature reached 37 degrees Celsius. The heat was accompanied by dust storms and strong winds. Dust storms caused several accidents to occur on roads across the region. 2 people have died from driving in the dust storms. Travel was shut down or limited across the region from a few hours to 3 days.

The Westerlin Government has estimated that $1.8 billion USD has been recorded in damages so far. Estimators predict that it could become the costliest natural disaster of the 2020's if not ever. Damage costs could reach $2.5 billion USD or greater. However, because of El Nino and Climate Change, more disasters like this are more likely to occur. The missing, injured and death tolls are expected to rise in the coming days.So Far up to 2,000+ are reported to injured to some degree. 1,500 are still missing in the country.

              The Global Vermonter
              2 August - Anna P. Beard, homeland affairs senior editor

    Government, private entities providing grants to Vermonters impacted by flooding

      (The Global Vermonter) MONTPELIER - Vermonter homeowners, renters and business owners alike impacted by the historic flooding can now avail of various grants and other relief programs to help them recover from the disaster.

      As the record-breaking floods and rainfall recede in the Green Mountain Republic, national and county governments and even private organizations have stepped up to provide grants and other relief programs for Vermonters.

      The Emergency Board of the Vermont Republic has recently approved a VCu 50 million ($19 million) emergency financial assistance program. Emergency Board President Phil B. Rutherford said the funding will enable government units to provide grants to help residents repair flood-damaged and destroyed parts of their homes.

      "Tens of thousands of Vermonters have been terribly impacted by the recent floods," said Rutherford in a statement. "It's imperative that we help Vermonters rebuild."

      Renters and homeowners can avail of grants of up to VCu 25,000 ($9,500) by applying through the Emergency Board.

      The Office of the Co-Presidency announced that, in light of the delay in approving the emergency financial assistance program, Co-Presidents Gray and Sanders will be providing an additional VCu 50 million to the fund so that it can reach more people. Furthermore, Vermonter diaspora organizations have also pooled together resources and have been able to provide the Emergency Board with an additional VCu 20 million ($7.5 million), with this specific fund prioritizing the families of members of the diaspora still in the homeland.

      For businesses, the Department of Commerce is opening up a grant program for business owners that can prove significant physical damage to their businesses. They will be provided up to VCu 40,000 ($15,000) to help with the repairs, and can also receive an additional VCu 20,000 for paycheck relief.

      Renewable Vermont, a nonprofit dedicated to helping businesses and homes in the country transition to using fully renewable energy, has also opened up its purse strings. It is providing VCu 5 million ($1.88 million) in grants for individuals and small business owners replace damaged appliances and equipment with more energy efficient appliances. Priority for the grants will be given to Vermonters with incomes at or below the area median income, with grants maxing out at VCu 25,000.

      County governments have also come out with their own grant programs. Montpelier County, for example, has started a program to provide up to 100 business owners in the county with VCu 5,000 ($1,900) for repairing their businesses. Chittenden County has likewise started a program to provide grants of up to VCu 4,000 ($1,500) in rental assistance for renters in the county and grants of up to VCu 5,000 for businesses and homeowners.

      Applying for county-level grants does not disqualify renters, homeowners and business owners from receiving national grants. Private grants may have different terms that Vermonters are asked to look into first.

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              Armenian Chronicle
              16 August 2023 - Sara Araratian, Editor-in-Chief

    International student population doubles in size

      (Armenian Chronicle) YEREVAN - A new joint report from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Education and Science notes that Armenia's population of international students currently studying in the country's universities has more than doubled in size.

      According to statistics from the 2018-2019 academic year, there were approximately 3,500 international students in Armenia's higher educational institutions – around 17 percent of the total higher education population of 20,000. Current data accumulated from the 2022-2023 academic year shows that from the approximately 34,000 students in higher educational institutions, over 20 percent were international students, or about 7,000 students.

      "This is an absolutely remarkable development, and goes to show how Armenia has a lot to offer the international community, especially young people who want to take advantage of educational opportunities abroad," said Minister for Education and Science Vahram Sargsyan in a statement. "We hope Armenian academics, culture and people attract more students. Please - if you have the talent, if you have the desire, come to Armenia."

      Some parts of Armenia's plan to attract more international students has drawn criticism. Close allies of the Republic of Azerbaijan have claimed that it is "undiplomatic" for Armenia to try to attract international students to Artsakh University in the so-called disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, recognized by Armenia and a growing number of nations as the rightful territory of the United Armenian Free State as the Province of Artsakh.

      Despite the detractors, the Armenian government is Yerevan is determined to push ahead with plans to attract even more international students, and their latest target are young people and descendants of the Armenian diaspora from GMR Vermont.

      Since Vermont's decision to recognize Artsakh as the lawful territory of Armenia, relations between the two nations have blossomed. Armenian drones are currently being field tested by the armed forces of Vermont. An all-Armenian football team – FC Ararat-Vermont – is set to participate in Vermont's first-ever premier league. Vermonter investments are flooding into Armenia, and a company of Vermonter peacekeepers currently patrol the border between Artsakh and Azerbaijan.

      Now, it seems that Yerevan is not content with the state of bilateral relations between it and Montpelier. While unconfirmed, sources within the government that spoke with the Armenian Chronicle on condition of anonymity have noted that the government is planning to roll-out an easier process for Vermonter students to study for a semester or a whole academic year in Armenian universities. This plan includes waiving certain or possibly all visa requirements, discounted tuition fees and expanded scholarship programs. One source noted that Yerevan may be willing to fully subsidize the cost of at least a dozen Vermonters who choose to study in Artsakh, with the plan potentially including fully subsidized room and board and a small weekly stipend for the Vermonters to spend in Artsakh.

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