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NUCLEAR ATTACK ON NAMIBIA

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (John Grobler) - Despite the United Nation Crisis Committee's best efforts, a member of the international community seems to have taken the law into its own hands. A nuclear missile has detonated in Namibia, approximately one hour ago.

The detonation has wiped out most of the city of Oshakati, killing almost fifty thousand souls. Reason for the launch of the missile can only be an attempt to wipe out the notorious terrorist organisation Herero Oshindonga, since rumour has it that said organisation was mainly based in Oshakati.

Where the missile originated from is, as of yet, unknown. According to international intelligence, the missile was most likely launched from one of the eastern Asian countries. China and Japan have as of yet not reacted. The European community is in dissaray. The World Health organisation has already formed a plan to send help to what remains of Namibia.

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