Fortunate Islands News: May 1-7
Sun., May 1
DISTRICT OF KUJAWIA, RTK
New Lithuanian Governor Orders Review of Sixscore Cases
A biting and damning examination announced yesterday that New Lithuania's
internationally renowned criminal investigation office had mismanaged identity tests in an
extreme punishment case. The announcement compelled Governor Markus Rogerius
Wozniak to demand an examination of six score other cases which the office may have
failed to perform properly.
Mon., May 2
CAER IORWERTH, Kingdom of Vinland -
The Holy See has ordered the resignation of a Jesuan priest, Tormod Donalssen
Ragnvaldssen, who has admitted articles contrary to the teaching of Holy Mother Church
into a publication of the Church. Antillea, a septimanian libertine journal published in Caer
Iorwerth by the Jesuans.
Tue., May 3
BEIRUT, State of Lebnan
The crackle of firemarms filled the air as the last Assyrian troops departed the country.
Even the most dour clerics were overwhelmed and partook of the festivity. "God be
praised! We are finally free!" shouted a man who was too excited to request anonymity or
to remember to provide his name. The editorial of the newspaper Az-Za'atar urged
caution in the midst of celebration. "We have won independence and now must use it
wisely," the editor wrote, "We are not yet sufficiently united to sink into complacency."
Wed., May 4
Delhi, INDIAN EMPIRE
The majority of the Kingdom of Brahmaputra is in Indian and Tamil hands after a month of
bloody fighting. The dry areas of the kingdom are secure and the Tamil navy is hunting
down recalcitrant Brahmaputrans in the mangrove swamps and the Ganges delta.
Thu., May 5
ULAAN BAATOR, Uighur-Mongol Union
The chieftains of the Uighur-Mongol Union have acquiesced to the decision of the leaders
of the Kumiss Revolution that the country should withdraw from the Central Association,
which is composed of Central Asian states.
Fri., May 6
BAGHDAD, Kingdom of Iraq
Uday ibn-Saddam al-Tikriti has refused the Shah of Persia's unreasonable requests and
has asserted the independence of his kingdom. To show his contempt, Uday executed
seven Shia who had remained in Iraq.
Sat., May 7
DELHI, Indian Empire -
Several villages bordering an Imperial Tiger Park have been condemned to be lamed and
hunted after a imperial party discovered that the villagers had slaughtered all the tigers
within the Imperial Park. It has been decreed that whosoever speculates whether the
Imperial authorities will use the skins of their prey will join the condemned.