A few minutes ago, Russia committed cybercrime against the UK and the USA. The government secrets have been stolen and leaked as well. We also don’t know if an money has been stolen yet. Another question is who was behind this and will they take more secrets?
After a quick session of intense debate, the European Union (EU) has achieved a resolution for their crisis. The committee has come to the conclusion to request that Greece tighten all internal and external borders by regulating all transports, and requiring passports and legal information when entering a country or a region. As well, they will encourage banks to heighten their security measures. The EU are willing to endorse forceful capture in order to stop the radicals in as little time as possible. Furthermore, they are permitting the use of violence for the purpose of self-defense and are willing to provide military funding. They will provide security in order to help with preventing the smuggling of bombs into public buildings. Lastly, they will endorse changes to improve the government system involved and will inform and call upon other nations for their support in the matter.
The current crisis has broke out in Croatia, Czech Republic, and Greece where a group of terrorists are bombing banks in these places. Stock markets are crashing and there is chaos everywhere. The people want to overthrow their government but they are also expressing an interest in creating a non democratic government. Also, if the government responds badly, the terrorists stated that they are will being to bomb other countries. They are attempting to instigate fear and terror, but the resolving of the situation will stop the terrorists from doing so.
Roughly at 11:43 am the Chilean Empire experienced an earthquake of 8.0 Magnitude, thus following the tectonic plate movements a tsunami barraged the coast leaving the country in even more of a physical downtrodden. Chile’ being the westernmost country of South America, the whole coast is in a State of Emergency. A horrid estimate of 50,000 casualties have been reported, and numbers are still rising. Even though the means of communication in Chile are disabled, word of first hand response and aid taking action has made its way out towards the world. Being in the delicate position they are in, there has been no assurance towards the governmental standing or the well being of National Leaders. Although hospitals, airports, and many national monuments have been damaged; there seems to be a manifestation of moral and understanding towards the upcoming rebuilding of Chile. Thus to actualize this objective, the G15 have met to discuss the resolution of Chile’s emergency. Upon doing so there have been three resolutions set into place. The first two seeming to focus on the short term verdict, and the third atoning for the long term. To compromise for the well being of Chile, the delegates adjusted and created a resolution aiming to accommodate both time structures and the nation as a whole. Many of the resolutions toward the crisis were found in common, “all of us are on the same page, we all agreed together”, quoting Brendan one of the G15’s Dais’. Some of the conceding resolutions being: seeking international help and accommodation from anybody who is willing to, going to the borders of Chile and neighboring countries like Argentina and Brazil to base refugee camps, stabilizing food, water, shelter, and aid for those affected, improving disaster foreseeing technology, building better disaster equipped buildings, and lastly finding cooperation from NGO’s to support the Chilean cause. Strong contributors to the final resolution were identified by the Dais, those being the countries of Algeria, India, Indonesia, and Nigeria. Surely the commonwealth of Chile is in great gratitude towards the augmentation of the delegates of these countries.
A Russian Army lead by Russia’s President Vladimir Putin are planning to invade Latvia, who has a population of approximately 2 million people. Though they haven’t officially declared war, around 500,000 to 600,000 Russian soldiers are currently lined up along Latvia’s borders with soldiers and tanks, but with no air force. It seems Russia is going to invade no matter what, and are not willing to negotiate. However, they state that if Latvia surrenders or allows the invasion, less people will be hurt. But still problems may occur. Only a few countries away, Ukraine is still under military enforcement by Russia. The series of events presently underway in Latvia have taken away very few Russian soldiers currently in the Ukraine, if any at all. However, Latvia has yet to call upon the United Nations and we have not been told whether or not they will anytime soon. Syria, India, China and Belarus are known to be Russia’s main allies, however we do not know if they are currently aiding Russia.
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The UNSC has formed 2 resolution papers to propose what can be done to help Venezuela. The first resolution paper claims that they would send peacekeepers to Venezuela to help attain short-term peace, and to get rid of any tension. They also want to create a democratic government to help keep order in the nation.The second resolution also proposed to would send peacekeepers and, they emphasized the need to use measures such as “the minimal use of military type peacekeepers to emphasize unbiased stance.” Although they did advise a few suggestions for the Venezuelan government to bear in mind, they decided to leave them alone to fend for themselves.
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A coup d’état, which is an attempt to overthrow the government, has just occurred in Venezuela. As Venezuela is currently the largest oil corporation in the world, fascist opposition leaders within the nation are trying to kill government officials because they are trying to obtain the oil from the oil reserves. Furthermore, there have been violent arsenal attacks on the government. Currently, Venezuela is in an economic crisis and nobody can get in or out; some airlines such as Air Canada have restricted flights from entering the country and are attempting to evacuate citizens who are in danger.
Apart from the coup d’état there has been an ongoing war between Venezuela and Columbia. We have yet to find out how this directly relates to the recent coup d’état but we have reason to believe that the Columbians are a possible influence to the Venezuelans.
Lastly, the media has had a very large effect in situations like these in the past, where shots were fired at the media when they arrived for new stories and videos but this time the media has not been a strong influential factor in this crisis.
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