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Namibia appeals to international community

CAIRO, Egypt (Horus Osirisson) - -- After a day of radio silence, Namibia has reclaimed its place on the internationals news bulletins.

Now that the rubble of the late city of Oshakati has been somewhat cleared, it has become apparent that the nuclear missile used must at least have been a 50 Megaton "Tsar Bomba"; a bomb that catalyzes a fireball with a blast radius of 4.6 kilometers of its detonation, destroys everything within a radius of 64 kilometers, and infects everything with radiation disease in a radius of no less than 500 kilometres.

This meant that, contrary to previous reports, not only Namibia has been severely stricken by the out-of-the-blue nuclear attack, but also Botswana and the north side of South Africa. People bearing advanced symptoms of radiation disease have been calling into various Botswana hospitals.

Namibia has reacted to this appaling news by sending some of the help they had received from the international community farther into the main land - however, it is quickly becoming apparent that the resources now available are not sufficient, and therefore the joint governments of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa have asked for more assistance.


Namibia, meanwhile, has expressed its doubt to the international reaction to the nuclear attack. As far as Namibian citizens are concerned, there is no way this action, apparently undertaken by India, is excusable. Some citizens have gone as far as taking the law into their own hands, by raiding Indian embassies and lynching all humans inside. Police forces prove to have been incapable to prevent this atrocity, generally because the masses are simply to large to contain.

Namibia calls upon the international community to get to the bottom of this nuclear attack, and condemn India.

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