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Events in Brief
- Year 16 Day 178:: Marcus Justinian, the leader of Commerce Guild was replaced today by Marvolo Deverux.
- Year 16 Day 178:: A new treaty was established on Kashyyyk I today between governing officials and diplomats from New Republic; these documents formalize the transition of power to becoming a protected territory of the government, a move largely embraced by the citizenry.
- Year 16 Day 178:: A new treaty was established on Kashyyyk I today between governing officials and diplomats from New Republic; these documents formalize the transition of power to becoming a protected territory of the government, a move largely embraced by the citizenry.
- Year 16 Day 177:: Today a new company opens for business. Kerdos Company specializes in Recycling and will be led by Maroni Makriolla. The first headquarters of Kerdos Company today opened in Minas adin.
- Year 16 Day 177:: Kerdos Company has been renamed to Rebel Alliance. The press is still waiting for comments on the change.
- Year 16 Day 177:: Rebel Alliance has been renamed to The Agency. The press is still waiting for comments on the change.
- Year 16 Day 177:: It seems today that while Golan Technologies may be successful when it comes to production, they are less than apt when it comes to governing a planet, and the citizens of Braldatar have finally come to realise this and have seized control intent on turning it over to a planetary body within several days.
- Year 16 Day 177:: It seems today that while Golan Technologies may be successful when it comes to production, they are less than apt when it comes to governing a planet, and the citizens of Braldatar have finally come to realise this and have seized control intent on turning it over to a planetary body within several days.
- Year 16 Day 176:: The Agency has been renamed to Rebel Alliance. The press is still waiting for comments on the change.