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  1. MarscurishNeis.ru REGIONAL Hundreds turned out in protest over the official banning of the Marscurian National Party from Duma and Presidential elections, just weeks head of the December 31 election date. The mob, which formed early this morning in front of the Duma building in Marscury, chanted nationalist slogans and hurled insults at both the Marscurian government and the federal government in Moscow. A poll held by the party claimed that they stood to heavily expand their influence in the Marscurian Duma, which has traditionally been dominated by the leftist Bundist and Marscurian Communist parties, along with the national United Russia party. Although the protests remained largely peaceful, hundreds of police officers were on hand to contain any trouble that may have occurred. The protests dissipated by the end of the day, although more ardent citizens have vowed to return until their party is allowed back in elections. The Marscurian Nationalist Party has been the subject of government scrutiny for months, but after weapons were found in the homes of some of the prominent members, the party was officially banned. Would you like to know more? FEDERAL RosCosmos, the Russian space program, has announced that the final modules of the space station Progress have been attached. The extra laboratory modules will allow cosmonauts to double the scientific output of the station, which has been operational for the past 14 months. The third crew rotation is currently at the station, and is exploring the growth of plants and animals in zero gravity. Would you like to know more? TOP NEWS Chinese agriculture students from the University of Heilongjiang have arrived in Marscury as part of a scientific exchange. The 12 Chinese students, 6 men and 6 women, are all agriculture students, although their specialties differ from agronomy to genetics to soil science. For the 2017 and 2018 growing seasons, the students will live on farms in the Meyrev and Bidzhan Rayons, while taking classes and collaborating with colleagues at the University of Marscury and the University of Mietonka. The students have been sent to study how common food crops grow in the unique environments of Pasirung, and to offer advice to Marscurian plant breeders, agronomists, and farmers in how to maximize future yields. Would you like to know more? WAR A brief uprising in the Caucuses has been put down by Russian soldiers, who managed to scatter rebels and kill or capture many of their leaders. The uprising came in the midst of a full scale fascist insurrection in the Ukraine. Urged on by propaganda to open a second front against government forces, Chechen and Dagestani rebels, many of them Islamists, sought to declare independence again. Poorly lead and equipped, the main force of these rebels was soundly defeated a week after their campaing began. A previous uprising in the Caucuses was crushed in April, 2015. A large contingent of soldiers formerly stationed in Azerbaijan has been deployed to keep the peace in region. The situation in the Ukraine has previously been placed on the back burner, but as the war there threatens all of Russia's frontier regions, a swift and decisive end to the conflict has been given full priority. Would you like to know more? WEATHER Dangerously cold temperatures have arrived in the region, and are expected to only worsen in the coming days. Temperatures have been recorded below -30 degrees, and wind chill has made the situation a public health crisis. All citizens are advised to stay inside, as the temperatures are low enough to cause severe frostbite in a matter of minutes. Would you like to know more?
  2. REPORT TO THE RUSSIAN HIGH COMMAND Order 162118-75 has been concluded in a timely fashion. All generals, colonels, and majors of Marscurian ethnicity have been forcibly retired and replaced by ethnic Russians from the west. In the navy, all commanding officers have been forcibly retired, as have all squadron leaders and commanders of air wings in the air force. The complete removal of Marscurians from the officer corps greatly reduces the possibility and success of any nationalist movements, such as that seen in Ukraine. Slava Rossii -Oleg Salyukov, Army General, Pasirung Military District
  3. I feel like that could be considered foreign advertising.
  4. MarscurishNeis.ru REGIONAL Meteorologists are predicting an unusually long shipping season on the Teich River for 2015. Usually closed by October 31 due to freezing temperatures and dangerous ice accumulation, the river is expected to remain largely ice-free well into November for this year. Most shipping companies do not plan to utilize the extra time to increase river traffic, but recreational boating and fishermen will likely take advantage of the increased river usage. One group not happy about the ice-free river are the Vernewi barbarians of the south, who often rely on ice roads to supply their communities and trade during the winter. Would you like to know more? FEDERAL The Russian Federal Space Agency participated in a rare double launch this Wednesday in anticipation for an extensive research project about to be undertaken aboard the space station Progress. The first launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome consisted of a Soyuz-FG rocket and three new cosmonauts to man the station, Sergei Volkov of Tambov, Aden Ambetov of the Buryat Republic, and Alexandr Morgenstern of the Marscurian Republic. The second launch from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome consisted of a Soyuz-2 rocket loaded with with both food and water for the crew, along with materials needed for the upcoming mission. The mission, a two year endeavor known as the Experimental Space Agriculture Study, is the largest attempt at studying growth and reproduction of food sources in zero gravity. Several plant species including turnips, carrots, radishes, lettuce, soybeans, pole beans, wheat, barley, and buckwheat are to be grown in special growth medium, and unlike previous studies, are not only expected to complete a full life cycle in space, but will also have generations of offspring planted in space. Sweet corn was suggested for they study, but space was deemed to be an issue, and the large amounts of pollen produced were viewed to be too dangerous to the station. Data will be collected on the success of the recent double launch to plan for a second double launch later this year, projected to deliver the final component to the station, along with animals for the second part of the ESA study. Would you like to know more? TOP NEWS LaG Aviation is expected to unveil a new short-haul airliner, expected to take over most flights within Pasirung. Based heavily on the out-of-production Antonov-26, the airliner, designated simply the MDA or Marscurian Domestic Airliner, is a turboprop aircraft featuring the latest avionics, engines, safety systems, and cabin comfort accessories. The airliner is specially designed to be used on flights between 800 and 1200 kilometers, and touts increased fuel economy and decreased maintenance costs compared to comparable turbojets. Although in the same family, three different versions of the aircraft are offered for sale, vastly differing in size. The MDA-4 holds 40 passengers, the MDA-6 holds 60 passengers, and the MDA-8 holds 84 passengers, all in 2-class floor plans. One of the newest MDA-4 airliners in Marscurian Airlines livery Would you like to know more? WAR In the face of mounting casualties, the assault on the rebel enclave around the Odessa Oblast has ground to a halt. A wide network of trenches around major transport hubs has lead to brutal fighting, with reports of combat breaking down to the use of clubs and bayonets. Rebel positions in and around the city of Odessa are under constant assault from the air, and large amounts of troops from western Russia are being ferried into the region to overwhelm the traitors by sheer numbers. What was originally thought to be a merely violent protests turned into a vicious domestic insurgency reaching the one-year anniversary of the start of hostilities on Thursday. Progress in combat operations has been slow due to the Russian Army's policy of avoiding civilian casualties, preventing armed forces from using all methods possible to put down the fascist uprising. Would you like to know more? WEATHER Temperatures remain unseasonably warm, with daytime highs remaining in the single digits above 0. The 10-day forecast shows that most of the region will remain sunny and warm, with scattered precipitation in the central parts of Marscury and snow at high elevations. Would you like to know more?
  5. Kinda? At this point, you can count the number of RPers on 1 hand, but it is still technically used.
  6. MarscurishNeis.ru REGIONAL The government of the Marscurian Republic has authorized the Fourth Scouting Expedition, with the goals of further surveying the Pasirungian continent. Consisting of thousands of cartographers, geographers, geologists, biologists, zoologists, botanists, anthropologists, and soldiers, the purpose of this expedition is to gain the most extensive view of the landscape to date. Scientists will be focusing on cataloging the continent's unique flora and fauna, as well as charting the distribution of significant deposits of natural resources, and learning more about the barbarian cultures that inhabit the southern and western parts of the continent. The survey is expected to take months to reach completion. Would you like to know more? FEDERAL Governmental leaders Vladimir Putin and Dmitri Medvedev have released an exercise video targeted at the eastern part of Russia, where health standards have plummeted. In the video, where the two men are seen lifting weights, doing pull ups, grilling steaks, and drinking tea, the Siberian and Far Eastern regions of the country were ordered to adopt a healthier, manlier lifestyle. "It's important," Minister Medvedev stated, "you get abs, you get pecs, you get pipes, you get girls." Minister Putin, on the other hand, took a more negative route, calling out many regions specifically for criticism. The Chukchi Autonomous Okrug was called out for "skipping leg day," the Amur Oblast was lambasted for "having the upper arm strength of a 12 year-old krokodil addict," and the Marscurian Republic was characterized as a "land of tubbos and disappointments." Many citizens in the east have posted response videos of themselves exercising and living up to the government's new plan. A screen shot of Putin and Medvedev's exercise video Would you like to know more? TOP NEWS The Marscurian government has announced an ambitious plan to rapidly build and modernize the region's infrastructure, primarily roads, railways, and electricity production. The project has been given the slogan Advancing The Motherland. An improvement in transportation infrastructure is expected to help improve the economy by easing the movement of goods, people, and tourists. Due to the amount of work that needs to be completed, the program is expected to last years. The logo of the program Would you like to know more? WAR The Russian campaign in the west has crushed most independence movements. Rebels in Finland and the Baltics have surrendered to government forces, but fascist nationalists in the Ukraine are holding the line in the region around their stronghold of Odessa. More and more troops and heavy weaponry have flooded the region, and sheer numbers are expected to bring a swift victory in the final battle for the city. Would you like to know more? WEATHER A late-Summer heat wave is bringing unusually high temperatures and humidity to the majority of the region. Temperatures could reach the mid-30s by the middle of the week, well above the normal temperatures for this point in the year. Would you like to know more?
  7. MarscurishNeis.ru REGIONAL Police are on the hunt for a dangerous domestic terrorist. Anastasia Stein, better known by her nom de guerre "Mama," has been evading arrest throughout the region. Anyone with any information about the location of this terrorist or her gang are to contact the local police immediately. Would you like to know more? FEDERAL A Russian man was forcibly bound and gagged on a Hong Kong-Vladivostok flight after he became agitated and unruly. The man, allegedly drunk at the time, began arguing with a female passenger, and was supposedly using threatening language with her. Before the situation grew out of control, the man was tackled by fellow passengers, and was bound using heavy tape and seat belt extensions. The plan landed safely in Vladivostok, and the aggressive traveler was arrested for endangering the aircraft. The abusive passenger, upon arrival in Vladivostok. Would you like to know more? TOP NEWS The annual Marscurian Festival was held last Tuesday in Marscury. The festival, which celebrates Marscurian culture and history, featured outdoor concerts, educational displays, and large fairs. The festival had an over-arching theme about the Marscurian contribution to Russia, and the inseparability of Marscurians from the motherland. The festival was a remarkable success, going off without any major setbacks or crime issues. Would you like to know more? WAR The final major surface ships, the Khagan-class aircraft carriers, have left their shipyards in Ukraine and have joined the Pacific Fleet. This marks the return of the Pacific Fleet to full strength after the nuclear terrorist attacks in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, and Russia's place as the world's ultimate naval power. Would you like to know more? WEATHER High temperatures and humidity are set to give rise to lines of powerful storms that will move across the region in the coming days. In addition to powerful winds and damaging hail, flash flooding is a major concern, especially in low-lying areas and in river valleys. All but the most essential travel is advised against, and residents are expected to have an evacuation route planned in case their situations become increasingly perilous. Would you like to know more?
  8. There is no RP but CNRP and Justinian is its GM.
  9. I nominate Yawoo, Justinian, and Mr. Director
  10. In front of the swinging bodies, I began humming, then singing the song that we developed when the hangings first began. When I had finished, I turned around to see people on the street staring at me. At first I was concerned with the situation. Were there soldiers watching me? Was I causing trouble? I got ready to run home, just to get off the streets. The people began walking towards me, one at a time, and then in larger and larger groups. Before I knew what was happening, everyone was singing. The old, the young, men, women, and children. After a short while, a military patrol entered the city and saw us all singing. At that point, it was too late for anyone to know that it was me who had started it all. The soldiers started yelling at us to return to our homes, and when we didn't comply, they started firing into the air. Needless to say, that shut us up quickly. We all decided to head home, rather than risk any further crackdowns. A song just wasn't worth it. Things were quiet for a while after that. I think the people just needed to get a small act of defiance out of their systems. The army put extra patrols through the town to keep eyes on us, but since we had been keeping our heads down, an easy peace existed between our sides. However, things in the rest of the country grew worse. On the Dneiper River, the rebels had hijacked a barge and filled it with explosives. In an apparent suicide attack, they crashed it into the Kakhovka Dam, causing it to burst. Flooding downstream was minimal, but both the port and shipyards in Kherson were completely underwater, and thousands had to be evacuated, stealing military resources away from the battle. The destruction of the dam also led to rolling brownouts around the region, since it provided over 350 megawatts of electricity to Southern Ukraine. We received notices that we would have no power between 12 and 5 in the afternoon. Buildings lost air conditioning and running water when it was the hottest part of the day. I couldn't help but think that it was a small punishment for the way we acted a few weeks ago. The war had been tough on all of us, and the prices of everything from food to electricity had skyrocketed, forcing my mother to begin working longer hours to support me and my sister. It was 5:30 when the lights flickered back on, and I made my way to the kitchen to begin preparing dinner. I tried to have it almost completely done by the time my mother came back from work and my sister came back from school. They always had tough days, and I wanted to be of as much help as I could. I had begun washing vegetables when I heard a knock on my door. I assumed it was a neighbor, checking to see if the power had come back. Our building was old, and we all got our electricity back at different times. We were on the ground floor, and had power and water before everyone else by at least a few minutes. I opened the door, expected to find the face of my elderly neighbor, only to be greeted with my own. I filled the screen of a smart phone, singing the song all alone. Somebody must have recorded me while I wasn't looking before everyone else joined in, then uploaded the video onto their VK profile. As the video ended, my gaze moved to the person holding the phone. I moved from his hand, down his camouflaged arm, and up to his face. I had a sick feeling as I noticed who it was. It was the person who had shushed me when they had taken Hrihory away. "Hello, Ms. Vardenko," he said to me, flashing a wide grin. He had three soldiers with him, who were there to drag me away from my home. Terrified, I took a step backwards away from the doorway, only to be met by the man's boot to my stomach. The kick was strong enough to slam me against the wall, and send me crumpling to the ground in excruciating pain and gasping for breath. Grabbing me by the wrist, he pulled me away from the wall, leaving me lying flat on my back, looking straight up at the ceiling. "Let's get her up," one of the soldiers said to another one, "we need to get her back to the base." "Wait," the man said, as soon as the two soldiers had grabbed my hands, "you will not do anything unless I order you to." "Comrade Major," another soldier said, "you know the reports, militants have been seen in the area. We need to get back to the camp as soon as possible." "YOU WILL NOT DO ANYTHING I HAVE NOT ORDERED," the man yelled back. He was obviously in charge, and he sure wanted the soldiers he was with to know it. "Comrade Major," I heard the first soldier yell out, "what are you doing?!" I lifted up my head slightly to see the man fiddling with something. He turned to the side, and I saw that he was unfastening his belt. Oh god! Was he really going to do what I thought he was?! "Our orders were to bring her back to the camp, nothing else," the second soldier yelled out. "This is not how we are supposed to act," the first soldier said, "We are soldiers, not criminals!" "I make the orders here," the man said, "and my orders are for you to either get in line or get out of my way." "What are you guys so worked up about," the third soldier said, "she's just a Uke, and a pretty one at that." "Zapadin, you pig," the second soldier said, shoving the third one with his gun. "You know this is wrong," the first one yelled. "Yefretor Shtayn, Yefretor Mizrekhsky, I'll have you both shot for insubordination," the man yelled, buckling his belt back up. However, before he could do anything else, a large explosion shook the building. Largely blinded by the dust, and deafened by the last, I looked around the room in a daze. Light was pouring in through a hole in the wall, which soon had a half dozen men with rifles run into the apartment. I looked to my right and saw the four soldiers slumped against the wall, thrown clear across the room by the blast. One of the men turned to me and took off his balaclava. He was saying something to me, but with my hearing still out, I just saw his lips moving. After a few seconds, the ringing in my ears intensified, and soon my hearing came rushing back. "Katya Vardenko! Are you Katya Vardenko," the man yelled at me. I simply nodded my head at him. "You may be injured," he continued yelling, unaware that I could hear him at a more normal volume, "we're going to get you out of here on a stretcher." As I was loaded onto the stretcher, the gunmen were checking the pulses of the soldiers. "This one's dead," one of the gunmen said, referring to the second soldier, lying against the wall with his head crooked and his eyes fixed open. "This one's a goner," another of the gunmen said, looking at the third soldier, who had several large pieces of wood embedded in his stomach and chest. I looked over at the first man, lying on his stomach in the corner. "This one's still got a pulse," the gunman checking him said. "Shoot him," I said weakly, surprising the people carrying me and the man who found me, "shoot that monster. Kill him." "Are you crazy," the gunman said, "this is a major. Who knows what we can get out of him. We're taking him with us." "I can shoot this one for you," the man checking the first soldier said, "he's out cold, but he's still alive." "Get rid of the moskal," the head gunman said casually. I don't know why, but the thought of killing him actually tugged on my heartstrings. He was a moskal, an occupier, a murderer of our people. He was here for me. He was going to drag me kicking and screaming out of my apartment, torture me, and string me up on the tree. I should have been happy that he was going to get a bullet in the head. He also stood up for me, and tried to stop those horrible men from forcing themselves on me. Maybe I just wanted a chance to talk with him before they did away with him. "Wait," I said a bit more forcefully, "take him with us." "Why," the head gunman asked, "he's a nobody. He's not an officer, not even a non-commissioned one." "I don't know," I said quickly, trying to grab some ideas off the top of my head, "you can torture him for information, you can trade him for prisoners, something." The gunmen looked at each other, then at me, then at the unconscious soldier. They smiled and began making lewd gestures. Oh geez, they thought we were having sex. I mean, it did make sense to the outside observer. Why else would I stand up for him like this? "And if you don't get anything from or for him, then you can shoot him," I quickly added in, trying to quash any rumors. "Alright, alright," the lead gunman said, smiling but trying to restore a bit of order, "Primashenko, pick up the second moskal. He comes with us."
  11. It was Thomas Fuller that said that night was always darkest just before the dawn. Well, let me tell you, things had been getting pretty dark here. In an effort to end the violence in Odessa, the Russians had committed three whole armies, 300,000 men, to our western regions to keep the peace. Most of the deployments were to the big cities with prominent Ukrainian populations, but my hometown of Novofedorivka had a detachment of soldiers stationed there due to our position on the main road between Odessa and Mykolaiv. For a while, things actually weren't so bad. The soldiers stayed in their camp by the road, and we stayed inside our town. We didn't see much of each other, and never interacted. For the most part, it wasn't any different than usual. Unfortunately, it didn't last forever. One of the soldiers was found dead one day, and naturally, they all suspected that someone in the town had done it. The first person they took away was a local boy, Taras. He was a logical first victim, being fairly outspoken in support of the people in Odessa. A day later, they took his girlfriend on suspicions of the two of them "collaborating." After about a week, we had largely forgotten about the two of them, but they soon came rushing back into the front of our lives. Everyday I walked down one of the main roads in the town, nice and cool from the shade of the large oak trees that lined both sides. However, one day, a small crowd was gathered around the largest of the trees on the street. Walking over, I saw why. Hanging on the lowest branch were the bodies of Taras and his girlfriend. Around both their necks was a warning to all of us, a small placard featuring a tryzub smothered by the double headed eagle. The message was clear, Russia would defeat any attempts at Ukrainian identity. Soon, the dynamics between the two of us had changed completely. We no longer went near the army camp, and the soldiers no longer went near the town. They posted extra guards near the roads, and in town, talk quickly shifted to the Moskali. Every once in a while, someone complained a little too loudly about the conditions, and new bodies replaced old ones on the hanging tree. We soon realized that the Russians had placed spies in the village, and nobody talked to anyone they weren't long-time acquaintances with. People learned to keep their mouths shut, some went to go live with family in other parts of the country, but after a while, the hangings stopped. As far as I know, we had a month go by where nobody else disappeared, and a fragile peace was maintained between us and the soldiers just outside of town. As the days ticked on, I watched on the TV as the situation in Odessa grew worse. Attacks and counterattacks were claiming hundreds of lives, and nobody was budging in the region. Leaders in Odessa openly announced that if the siege of the city wasn't lifted, they would send people to bomb targets in cities like Kherson and Mykolaiv. Everyone believed it was an empty threat until a car bomb exploded near the military shipyards in Mykolaiv, killing 17 workers. I remember that retribution for that attack was swift. Curfews were established, roadblocks were set up, and the soldiers flooded our towns to keep careful watch for any suspicious behavior. It was the final straw, and my mother decided to move us out of Novofedorivka. However, the night before we were set to leave, we had a knock on our door. My cousin, orphaned by the conflict and staying with us, went to answer it, only to be met by a group of six soldiers with their guns drawn. "What do you veselki want," he asked, using the slang term we developed for the occupying soldiers. "Are you Grigoriy Vardenko," one of the soldiers asked, holding up a sheet of paper with a black and white photo on it. "Yeah, I'm Hrihoriy" my cousin snarked back. "Grab him," the solder said. Three of the soldiers grabbed his arms, dragging him out of our doorway and down the hall. As they closed the door behind us, one of the soldiers looked me in the eye, placed a finger over his lips, and shushed me. The small act was strangely terrifying. It seemed so innocent, something you would do to a mischievous child, but now, in this context, it was almost sadistic. The worst part was, it kind of worked. I wanted to scream out, but all I could do was just stand there. Needless to say, this pushed back our departure plans. We waited in dread to see what would become of my cousin. Would he return to us, and if so, in what state? We soon got our response. There, on the tree with three others, was his body, swinging in the wind. These bodies were different from the others, covered in bruises and cuts. These were clear signs of torture by their captors, obviously meant to get the response they needed for a hanging. I guess the Russians thought that they needed to keep the body count up to keep us pacified. Well, it didn't work.
  12. We have plenty of virgins. We call them Marscurians.
  13. MarscurishNeis.ru REGIONAL Under order of the Ministry of the Interior, the Marscurian Republican Guard has been disbanded. All soldiers and most officers below the rank of major have been reorganized into the Russian Border Service - Regional Border Directorate for The Pasirung Federal District. The new service will have the same duties and responsibilities as the old one, protecting the western frontier against barbarian raids, patrolling against smugglers, and basic search and rescue services. The force has been bolstered with nine river patrol vessels to patrol the Teich River and the immediate off-shore regions for smugglers, illegal fishermen, and to perform search and rescue operations. Like the old Republican Guard, the service is voluntary, and is a legal alternative to conscription in the regular army. However, it is to be noted that service in the border guards will now carry double the service period compared to the regular army, with contract periods now lasting three years. Would you like to know more? FEDERAL Mighty Russia's borders extend in all directions! In the south, rebels and terrorists in the Caucuses were utterly destroyed as thousands of Russian soldiers marched triumphantly into Gruzia and Erivan, taking all major cities without a struggle. In addition to the Russian lands that have been retaken in the mountains, naval infantry have secured the Straits of Gibraltar, the Dardanelles, and the Suez Canal to make sure that Russian maritime traffic is not hampered by the new anarchy in Europe. The future for the proud Russian people is bright, as our influence is remaining and expanding. Would you like to know more? TOP NEWS The world of Marscurian business was shook as Marscurian Military Works, one of the oldest industries in the region, was absorbed in a hostile takeover by Obluchye Heavy Engineering. Years of slow business due to slumping exports and domestic weaponry changes to more established arms firms have driven the stock price down dramatically. Spending under 10 billion rubles to completely acquire the company, Obluchye Heavy Engineering has firmly established itself as the largest industrial company on Pasirung. In light of its growing operations and diversification, Obluchye Heavy Engineering has changed its name to MarscurskyMashiniZavod (MSX Symbol: MMZ). The new company has vowed to bring the weapons division back to profitability through the abandonment of unprofitable ventures, a streamlining of the manufacturing process, and by promoting products for a wider export market. Would you like to know more? WAR The insurrection in the Ukraine is entering its final chapter. In a bid to end the treasonous actions once and for all, three field armies from the Pasirung Military District, totaling 300,000 soldiers, have been send to Southwestern Ukraine to maintain the peace in cities like Mykolaiv and Kherson, and to recapture Odessa. Due to the extreme numerical superiority over the fascists, the war is expected to be over in mere weeks. Under new leadership, the new forces have already recorded small successes in rooting out terrorist cells in several small villages and apprehending dozens of militants. Would you like to know more? WEATHER Extreme weather events are occurring all over Pasirung. Heat waves have driven temperatures into the mid-30s for extended periods of time, while the mountainous regions are several degrees below average. Summer rains in the plains have swelled rivers and streams and led to flash floods. No reports have been made of injuries, but property damage costs are slowly rising from the water. Would you like to know more?
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