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The Seyrussian Camel Corp patrol the peace loving countryside of Seyrus. Despite pressure from some neighbouring countries Seyrus decides to keep its new landship.
Seyrusian people celebrated International Workers Day for the first time, since the iron hand of Duke Boris has been removed from the country. The peace loving people of Seyrus celebrated the day with their beloved armed forces.
Smuggled photographs show troops loyal to Duke Boris searching for oppostion leader Hyndman in mountain village. Vladimir Hyndman has expressed his dismay at this unprovoked action taken by Duke Boris. International pundits state that using the regular army has ramped up the tension in this long running crisis, Foreign politicians urge Duke Boris and Hyndman to reach a peaceful compromise.
In a unprecedented move, officers of the Seyrussian Home Guard commenced inspecting the stored transport facilities of the Seyrussian army. In a unique initiative home guard officers have removed some wagons, in order that they can be repaired.
Vladimir Hyndman, the leader of the Social Democratic Federation (aka the Peoples Party) has appealed for calm and pledged to take Seyrus forward to a bright and prosperous democratic future. The Home Guard has been mobilised and has pledged to support Hyndman. Despite being poorly armed and equipped all Seyrussian males above the age of 25 are members of the Home Gaurd and receive 10 days training a year.
News from Seyrus:
The sudden death of King Rupert III has stunned the Seyrussian people. King Rupert died without a legitimate heir, (although there are quite a few of illegitimate heirs). Duke Boris the brother of the late king has laid claim to the throne, however due to an unfortunate incident with a lady in waiting at the court of Queen Victoria, Duke Boris was expelled from the Seyrussian court and all of polite society. Duke Boris has however been seen hanging around the fleshpots of Forbodia.