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A Day of Mourning

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 Breaking News:

7 Lindenhurst Marines Died yesterday after and ambush at  there guard post in Ashburke, Selden. All of the men died. The Selden Revolutionaries announced yesterday that they did in fact take in part of this attack. According to the Lindenhurst Colony Administrator, there was approximately 10 rebels who took part in this attack. After they set the guard post on fire with all the bodies inside. 3 of died while the other 5 were arrested. 2 rebels have escaped the authorities. 

             The Chancellor responded by announcing that more troops will be sent to keep the peace in Selden. Today he will sign the Peace Keeping Troops Act to send an additional 780 troops to Selden. 

              In other developments a riot broke out yesterday against a patrol of 6 Lindenhurst Marines. The Marines had been beaten by the crowd of more than 80 people. 4 marines were seriously injured. 1 of the marines is missing which means he was probably taken by the revolutionaries to ransom him. 1 of the marines died also because he had sustained knife wounds through his lungs. He then slowly suffocated because of his collapsed lungs. 

               Today is a day of mourning for Lindenhurst because of the loss of 8 brave, young souls. May they rest in peace. Also the Chancellor has also pledged on building a national cemetery for the soldiers who have died on the battlefield.

                                                                                                                                             Sam Wellington 

                                                                                                                                                                     NLNM Reporter


This is where the shooting first begun. One of the revolutionaries died here shooting the troops. The owners of the house are being questioned if they saw anything last night.


This was the guard post that was destroyed.

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