www.dp.bt - 24 March, 2018 - 1,00€
POLICE RAID TERRORIST HOUSE IN DORTMUND
A "minor" shootout ensured as police raided a house in Dortmund believed to have been occupied by Muslim extremist terrorists. Additional police were out on the streets these past few days and in the morning some 20 soldiers were out in Koningstad, the first such deployment in over 30 years. Three arrests were made though more news will follow as the day progresses.
LOVIAN PRINCE CAUSES DAMAGE IN GRAFSTAD
TAGOG ACCOUNTS FROZEN IN BRUNANT
The accounts of Tagogese citizens in Brunant have been frozen by several major banks. Santander Brunant, SD Bank and USB have frozen the accounts of some 88 Tagogese, most notably government officials who have strong links to terrorism and illicit financial activities to bolster the dictatorial regime. Amid calls by some in Brunant and Libertas for military action against the state, this is seen by some as the first step to any serious action.
"SERIOUS ISSUES" WITH IWO TRADE
At a press conference, President Henneman discussed trade and said that there were "serious issues" in regard to bilateral and multilateral trade. Despite the reasoning that the IWO would further bring together nations, very little has been achieved apart from some cultural undertakings. Henneman is expected to meet with other IWO leaders to discuss this and other issues affecting the IWO. - WA
MEDITERRANEAN FC ON TRACK TO CHAMPIONSHIP
|VOTERS SWING TOWARDS LEFT
There is much speculation as to how the country will vote in the election. While some sources have put left and right parties near even, recent polls show that voters will likely vote left. Most of those votes are likely to go to the SDP and to a resurgent Green Party. The Free Liberal Party is expected to make much gains over the last election.