Weekly News from Fyksland
Coverage and translation provided by Info-Iksä
English Edition 200113

Sunday, 9 September, 2001
Royal family to visit South Pacific
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - The Royal Family sets off today for a week-long official tour in the South Pacific. King Jaakot IV, Queen Sara and the royal children are to visit a number of South Pacific states including the French Polynesia where they will make their first stop. The Royal Family is also to attend a private wedding in New Zealand where a friend of Queen Sara resides. (to read more...)

Monday, 10 September, 2001
Deep division remains as racism conference ends
DURBAN, South Africa (Reuters) - The World Conference Against Racism ended the way it began, with diplomats and delegates walking away from the nine-day conference still deeply divided over the wording of the final declaration and what the meeting had accomplished. Fyksland and other EU countries remain distance from sections of the final UN declaration relating to the Middle East. The talks were supposed to end Friday, but carried on for most of Saturday before a deal was reached. (to read more...)

Tuesday, 11 September, 2001
Attack on America
NEW YORK, USA (CNN) - Americans and people around the world watched in terror and disbelief as acts of terrorism unfolded in the course of two-and-a-half hours. The World Trade Center Towers and the Pentagon were seperately strucked by three hijacked civilian aircrafts, and horror climaxed as the two struck WTC towers collapsed, burying perhaps thousands of people and rescue workers under meters of soot and debris. A fourth jet has been reported to have crashed in the State of Pennsylvannia. It is yet unknown at this point if any Fyksian nationals have been on any one of those four planes that were hijacked this morning. (to read more...)
Kaansä on alert
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - All west-bound flights from Fyksland to North America have been grounded until further instructions, while no aircraft has been allowed to land in Kaansä since 13:32 today, most inbound flights from North America has been diverted to land in Iceland or elsewhere in Fyksland. SvenesÆr flight SR219 headed to New York has been diverted to Halifax, Canada and successfully landed. It has been confirmed that three United Airline jets and two American Airline jets bounded for Continental Europe and Africa made emergency landings in Fyksland with apparent security concern. U.S. and Israeli embassies and missions around Fyksland have been evacuated shortly after the attacks. Much of Pohjoinøkaansä Central Business District has been evacuated since early afternoon including the 73-storeys Kaansä VKK Tower. (to read more...)

Wednesday, 12 September, 2001
Fyksland condemns terrorist attacks
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - Within hours of the apparent terrorism attacks on the U.S., Prime Minister Jana Stotson sent condolences to the American nation and condemned the attacks, saying it was "sheer atrocities" and that the Fyksian public share the outrage and grief with the people of America. King Jaakot IV, through his national address broadcasted from Kiribati, expressed sympathy to the American people and urged Fyksians to remain calm. (to read more...)
Fyksian firms in towers
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - Although it has been confirmed that no Fyksian national was onboard on any of the four planes that were hijacked and crashed in the U.S. yesterday, it has been reported that there were three Fyksian financial institutes with offices located in the World Trade Center Complex. No figure has been released on any Fyksian national has been rescued or retrieved from the debris. (to read more...)

Thursday, 13 September, 2001
Three detained in Fyksland
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - As tension from Tuesday's tragic event began to eased off, security remained heightened as three were detained today for questioning. Three males from Kaansä and Niekopenhaag metropolitan area and Kaansä Skætlig International Airport have been taken into police custody after investigators received numerous telephone tips since Tuesday. The three men were all detained on suspected immigration violations, but no formal charges has been laid. (to read more...)

Friday, 14 September, 2001
Day of mourning
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - The Fyksian nation joined people elsewhere on the European continent and stood still for a moment of silence in honour of victims of the terrorist attacks in the U.S. earlier this week. At 11am, a three-minute of silence was observed when traffic stood still and national broadcast stopped as the nation came to a halt. Elsewhere in Fyksland, flowers, cards, and flags have been left outside the U.S. embassy and consulates around the country as tributes to the victims of the tragedy from Tuesday's attacks. (to read more...)

Saturday, 15 September, 2001
Fyksians remain missing in New York
KAANSÄ, (VKK) - Although it has been reported that all workers at the three Fyksian firms housed at the World Trade Center escaped before the collapse of the buildings, about 50 Fyksian nationals remain missing. It is reported that 52 people remain unaccounted for from the World Trade Center attacks. (to read more...)

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`Dui Lantä havete endeligte spreijkeut, torlaate i plislaate, pa einte individtøl et'tideligaal, i øt'sokaal uit peel kompætila inslikinte mæt so planak satana.'
-Vaijskäde Alþigkvøna Jana Stotson op Euro manavstemninke kömenteer (7a Sijþsku, 1999)
`Dui Lantá hafete endeligte spreykeut, torlute i plislute, pa einte indifidtýl et'tideligul, i ýt'sokul uit pál kompútila inslikinte mút so planak satana.'
-Fayskáde Alðigkvýna Jana Stotson op Euro manavstemninke kómýntar (7a Syðsku, 1999)
"The nation has finally spoken, loud and clear, to distinguish herself as an individual, and to save herself from completely swallowed by such demonic plan."
-Fyksland Prime Minister Jana Stotson on the Euro Referendum (7th September, 1999)

Søgso NØJ an Euro! Sýgso NÝJ an Euro! Say NO to Euro!