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KRYA International

on Wed Nov 14, 2018 11:37 am
KRYA International is the English-language global news service of KRYA (Kayrub Radyo Yayın Ajansı - "Charoupian Radio Broadcasting Agency"), the state news agency of the Islamic Republic of Charoupia.
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14 November 2018 Headlines

on Wed Nov 14, 2018 12:21 pm

Charoupia is admitted to the International Forum for Co-operation and Prosperity
On Monday, the Islamic Republic of Charoupia officially entered the IFCP as a full member state. Charoupia's admission was soon followed by those of the Federal Republic of Texas and the Republic of California, both of which are now also member states. Speaking at a press conference in Defne alongside Californian and Texan diplomats, Foreign Minister İskender Muhtar stated his belief that the IFCP will serve as an important international body to promote economic and diplomatic ties in an increasingly polarized world. The Kingdom of Ausonia is currently undergoing the process of admission into the forum and may enter as its fourth member.


European and American leaders clash after commemoration of First World War
American President Donald Trump sent numerous tweets addressed to French President Emmanuel Macron criticizing the latter's proposal for a European military in the days after the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Trump's inflammatory tweets highlighted the low approval ratings of Macron, the wine industry of France and the occupation of French territory by Germany in the First and Second World Wars. An unnamed source in the presidential palace of France dismissed the tweets as addressed to Americans. An adviser to President Macron stated that France would not end its ties with the USA while pursuing a pan-European military.

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26 November 2018 Headlines

on Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:23 am

Charoupian coast guard rescues 13 migrants from sea
On Sunday night, the coast guard agency rescued over a dozen African migrants who were stranded on a boat near the southern coastline of Charoupia. The migrants were brought to a clinic in the coastal city of Kocakayık on Monday morning and were examined for potential injuries. Police have not interviewed any members of the group at this time. A Directorate of Internal Security spokesperson stated that the migrants will most likely be provided with the opportunity to apply for asylum in Charoupia over a period of 60 days.

The migration crisis, which has affected numerous countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, has fueled debates over immigration in Charoupia, with some arguing that the acceptance of migrants presents difficulties over internal security, employment and living standards while others argue that Charoupia has an obligation to accept migrants from other countries who are in need on humanitarian grounds. President Kuruş stated previously that Charoupia will seek to accommodate "as many of our brothers and sisters in need as possible", which was met with support as well as criticism.


Radical prison reform legislation tabled in Majlis
The National Majlis is currently considering legislation that proposes the abolition of the death penalty and the restriction of sentences for all crimes except for murder and armed insurgency to a maximum of 24 years. The legislation also calls for a quota that a maximum of 0.1% of the total national population, or approximately 11,500 people as of the current statistics, can be imprisoned at any given time. The latter was especially controversial in the first debate in the Majlis over the legislation, where conservative lawmakers argued that there are currently over 15,000 inmates and that the legislation would "unjustly release thousands of criminals without fulfilling their time in prison". Lawmakers supportive of the reform plan argued that the quota would ensure that Charoupia does not become a "prison state".

The legislation currently lacks the majority support in the Majlis that it needs. A number of clerical lawmakers however have indicated that they are interested in prison reform and may vote in support of the legislation, which may provide the majority vote needed for the proposals to pass.

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Re: KRYA International

on Wed Nov 28, 2018 12:59 pm
[roleplay]The Californian Republic applauds Charoupia's initiative to save refugees in the Mediterranean Sea. This is a great triumph for human rights and could perhaps be the start of a new streak of goodwill on the part of the Charoupian government.

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Californian Minister of Foreign Affairs[/roleplay]
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30 November 2018 Headline

on Fri Nov 30, 2018 1:23 am

Red Fox militants alleged to be receiving training and arms in California

An investigation by the Ulusal Refah newspaper has concluded that numerous high-ranking members and cadre of the outlawed Communal Socialist Party of Charoupia (Kayrubistan Toplumsal Sosyalist Partisi), known also as the Red Fox Movement (Kızıl Tilki Hareketi), have been receiving training and arms in northern and central California to support their forces in their war against the Charoupian government.

The extremist movement, which was created by a merger of numerous communist parties in 1987, has been waging a violent war in Charoupia for several decades, resulting in the deaths of thousands of Charoupian citizens. Continuous government operations since the 1980s have greatly reduced the strength of the Red Foxes, neutralizing many of their insurgents and forcing the group to seek shelter in northern rural areas.

The Ulusal Refah investigation however suggests that the group receives a considerable amount of foreign support. The newspaper claims that the group has established training camps in parts of California and may be lobbying lawmakers in the Californian government for support. Ulusal Refah states that it has not found conclusive evidence that any meetings have actually taken place between Californian officials and Red Fox affiliates.

President Kuruş on Friday morning summoned the Californian ambassador to Defne and requested that the Californian government launch an investigation as to whether collusion between the Communal Socialist Party and Californian officials has taken place.

In Defne, members of the Green Crescent militia held demonstrations outside the Californian embassy on Thursday and Friday, calling members of the Californian government "extremism supporters" and chanting slogans such as "Down with imperialism, down with Foxes". Other civil groups later joined the demonstrations, which grew to a total of approximately two hundred participants.
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Re: KRYA International

on Fri Nov 30, 2018 6:50 pm
[roleplay]The Californian Republic vehemently denies these allegations that California supplies and trains members of the Red Fox rebel group in Charoupia. The Californian Republic prides itself in its humanitarian efforts and seek peace at all costs, and such an act would go against the principles upon which the Californian Republic was founded. We demand full retraction by the KRYA International news organization of the article with the allegation and a full apology for the situation. No evidence is present to support these claims, therefore the allegation is erroneous.

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Re: KRYA International

on Fri Nov 30, 2018 8:57 pm
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The Islamic Republic of Charoupia strongly requests that the Californian Government conduct a comprehensive investigation into the allegations of collusion with the Communal Socialist Party before denying them. The Red Fox insurgency has claimed the lives of over six thousand of our citizens since its beginning and our government takes the defeat and neutralization of this violent organization very seriously. We hope that we can cooperate with the Republic of California to determine the extent of foreign support for extremism which knows no borders.

İskender E. Muhtar
Foreign Affairs Minister of the Islamic Republic of Charoupia


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