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Monthly Archives: February 2019

Week in Review

Here are this week’s main stories. The Federal Intelligence Agency has uncovered evidence that Zlota Federal Holdings funded an illegal outpost from which a portable nuclear weapon was recently stolen. It is believed that one of the faction’s members also arranged the theft, which resulted

Heiress’s Gambling Connections Revealed

Lady Talitha Ambrose, the missing Ambrose Foundation heiress, has been alleged to have a history of gambling that may explain the sudden loss of her family’s entire fortune. Independent journalist Flint ‘Firemaker’ Lafosse commented on the Rewired news feed: “Baroness Oksana has convinced everyone that

Funding for Stolen Nuclear Weapon Traced

The Federal Intelligence Agency has traced the funding of an illegal nuclear research outpost to the Zlota system. Senior Agent Rochelle Karim provided the following details: “Having successfully decrypted the outpost’s communications, we have determined that Zlota Federal Holdings was financing these unregistered research projects.

Merope Defence Initiative Concludes

A military supply campaign to increase security in the Merope system has concluded successfully. Jacob Chowdhury, Defence Director of the Atlas Research Group, said: “Our gratitude to all the pilots who delivered Reactive Armour and Military Grade Fabrics. These resources will prove vital in enhancing

Rivalry Triggers Conflict in Drevlyada

A long-standing enmity between two military leaders has escalated into hostilities in the Drevlyada system. Details were provided by freelance warzone reporter Karleen Troy: “The personal rivalry between General Kendrick of Namab Purple Brothers and Marshal Cooper of Drevlyada League has lasted for years. Each

Defence Contractor Denies Safety Violations

The weapons manufacturer Prax Incorporated has dismissed accusations of poor safety measures in its development and testing programs. Concerns were originally raised by Adley King of The Federal Times, as part of an investigation into weapons testing within inhabited sectors. CEO Lucina Prax gave this

Week in Review

Here are this week’s main stories. The Federal Intelligence Agency has revealed that a nuclear weapon was taken from an unregistered outpost discovered last week, where dozens of personnel were gunned down by unknown perpetrators. The portable warhead, codenamed the Lucifer Device, is believed to

Nuclear Weapon Stolen

The Federal Intelligence Agency has discovered that a nuclear weapon has been taken from an unregistered outpost. Senior Agent Rochelle Karim made the following statement: “Further examination of the outpost discovered last week confirms that it was home to unlicensed nuclear research. Personnel at the

Heiress Confirmed Missing

The Ambrose Foundation has confirmed that Lady Talitha Ambrose is missing, and that all of its assets have been lost. Baroness Oksana Ambrose, head of the institution, told the media: “Everything we own has been transferred from our accounts to who knows where. Emergency funds

Xeno-Research Campaign Ends

A campaign from the Holloway Bioscience Institute to build a xenological research centre has concluded successfully. Chief researcher Dr Roy Casimir told the media: “Thanks to Nahuaru Crimson Bridge Int we now have sufficient materials to build a planetary outpost where our scientists can study