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Curristan Government announces new Travel Restrictions

The Curristan Government has announced that from Midnight tonight, the following restrictions will be placed on travel:

Travel to places outside Curristan can only be possible by asking for a Travel Permit. These can range from 24 hours to a year, which can be obtained from the Curristan Foreign Office.

Travel Permits will not be needed to travel to places inside Curristan.

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Curristan Government declares "Nation Blacklist"

The Curristan Government has today declared a "Nation Blacklist" which will list nations hostile to Curristan. First Nation on the list has been released as the Imperial Union who has today refused point blank to recognize Curristan. The nation is also reportedly harbouring ex Government Officials that are wanted for questioning over the coup that started the Curristan Civil War.

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Reconstruction begins in Curristan

The reconstruction of infrastructure destroyed in the Curristan Civil War has begun. C$400 Million has been allocated for the rebuilding which affected most of the major cities. The fighting has made many people homeless and many refugees are still returning to where they live. There have been some arrests in Jakirata of the Ministers of the former Curristan Government and have been charged with treason and starting a coup that caused the civil war.

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Curristan Government response to the Imperial Union sanctions

"We the Curristan Government think the sanctions imposed on us by the Imperial Union are unacceptable, as they blame solely our ideology. We in turn will not be allowing Curristan goods into the Imperial Union. The Curristan economy which is still recovering from the war, will be hit by the sanctions. We do not import many goods, so we will have to rely on home grown food to support the population. The Imperial Union are warmongers, with no worry for the Curristan people. A government funded aid program will be set up to help the poorest families as we weather out this illegal blockade."

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Curristan Economy announces growth of 0.5%

The Curristan economy has achieved its first post civil war growth of 0.5%. This however has got the Curristan Economy to a level of -3.5%. There is expected to be a while before the Curristan Economy reaches its pre civil war economic average level of 1% growth each month.

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Memorial of the Civil War planned

A memorial of the Curristan Civil War is to be built in Revolution Square. It will hounour the military and civilian dead of the war and be a point of reflection and grief for the families of the fallen. The project is part of the Civil War fund which is helping families who lost loved ones in the war overcome their grief and help them.

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***Classified to Curristan***

What sort of items do you have available for trade? We might be able to make a deal.

*Classified to Promised Land*

We export agricultural products such as grain and furs, we also export timber and industrial products such as steel and iron ore. We can easily send you them by ship or air.

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Bank of Curristan injects C$100 Million into Economy as part of stimulus package

The Bank of Curristan has today injected C$100 Million of newly printed banknotes in an attempt to stimulate the economy into action. This stimulus package is one of several planned steps to get the Curristan economy back to per civil war levels. Some economic commentators have praised the government for this action and say that "the Curristan economy will soon benefit from these planned actions. It will be slow, but worthwhile in the end."

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Curristan Government announces construction of South American Railway has been postponed

Today the Curristan Government has announced that "due to bad relations with the Imperial Union, the Curristan section of the South American Railway construction has been postponed. There has been no construction started since the start of the civil war. We feel that the project may soon be cancelled due to the Imperial Union's attitude towards Curristan making the idea of a continuous route impossible to implement."

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Bank of Curristan injects C$100 Million into Economy in second part of stimulus package

The Bank of Curristan has today injected a second amount of C$100 Million to stimulate the economy into action. This stimulus package is the second of several planned steps to get the Curristan economy back to per civil war levels. The economy has shown some levels of growth, but the current state of the economy is still unstable.

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*Classified to Promised Land*

We export agricultural products such as grain and furs, we also export timber and industrial products such as steel and iron ore. We can easily send you them by ship or air.

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We would be willing to trade for the iron and steel. In return we have meat products such as fish, cattle and pigs, as well as a steady source of Marble. If you are interested in any of these things, let us know which. We will ship by sea, and would prefer for all trade to be conducted this way.

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***Classified***

We would be willing to trade for the iron and steel. In return we have meat products such as fish, cattle and pigs, as well as a steady source of Marble. If you are interested in any of these things, let us know which. We will ship by sea, and would prefer for all trade to be conducted this way.

We are interested in all of those things. We can send a Cargo Ship immediately full of Iron and Steel to a port of your choice.

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We are interested in all of those things. We can send a Cargo Ship immediately full of Iron and Steel to a port of your choice.

Fremantle would undoubtedly be the best choice for your destination. Is there a particular port to which we should send our products, or will the ship delivering the iron and steel pick them up?

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Fremantle would undoubtedly be the best choice for your destination. Is there a particular port to which we should send our products, or will the ship delivering the iron and steel pick them up?

We suggest Montevideo as the port to send your products to. We will send the ships immediately to Fremantle.

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20 ex CDF Officers charged with crimes executed

20 ex CDF soldiers who had been charged with crimes against the Curristan population during the Curristan Civil War have been executed by firing squad. This action has brought protests by a majority of the population, but the Curristan Government has refused to apologise to the prisoners families.

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The Curristan Government condemns this blatant act of posturing by the Imperial Union.

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Curristan National Army presence increased from 8,000 to 12,000 soldiers.

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Riots erupted in Curristan's Second City Washington when 10,000 students protested against the execution of the 20 prisoners. Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets were employed by riot police. 150 were injured and around 500 arrested by the Curristan Ministry State Security.

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We suggest Montevideo as the port to send your products to. We will send the ships immediately to Fremantle.

"Confirmed. Glad to do business with you!"

The ships set aside for such trade immediately began the process of loading. OPnce they were finished, the crews would be given two more hours to board ship before they set sail.

OOC: Just so you all know, even though not all the posts are labelled classified, they should be considered as such.

20 ex CDF Officers charged with crimes executed

20 ex CDF soldiers who had been charged with crimes against the Curristan population during the Curristan Civil War have been executed by firing squad. This action has brought protests by a majority of the population, but the Curristan Government has refused to apologise to the prisoners families.

"Might we ask what specific crimes those executed were convicted of?"

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"Confirmed. Glad to do business with you!"

The ships set aside for such trade immediately began the process of loading. OPnce they were finished, the crews would be given two more hours to board ship before they set sail.

OOC: Just so you all know, even though not all the posts are labelled classified, they should be considered as such.

"Might we ask what specific crimes those executed were convicted of?"

"We are glad to do business with you."

OOC: Ok :)

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"The crimes they were charged with were:

- Using civilians as human shields

- Indescrimate shelling causing damage to buildings and killing civilians

- Torture and ill treatment of POWs

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