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Sunday, 7 November 2010

BIRMINGHAM - a situations has occurred in the Digbeth sector, where two roommates are fighting over shared land.

Sam has been receiving aid from local ally, Mick.

"It's been a pretty bad time," he said. "I heard about this conflict about living space, and I wanted to help my ally Sam in any way. He helped me stop a war between me and another lad."

Sam had been existing without any outside interruptions, bar the occasional refugee who stayed until other nations came to pick them up. However in 2003, Jack was forced upon the area Sam occupied, with no minor complications between the two.

However, a recent loan from Sam to Jack had not been paid, and Jack had unlawfully exported Sam's boxset of the Big Bang Theory sitcom DVD boxset plus Sam's unwillingness to compromise on agricultural allocations about the fridge had raised tensions. Another spat, known as the Battle of Remote, follows Sam's infringment of the Television Viewing Pact, had been swiftly solved by the power-supplying nation of nPower, which had cut off the power due to unpaid favours.

However, this one, known as the One-Hour War, follows enroachment by Jack on Sam's territory, namely, spilling a carton-load of milk on Sam's spot on the sofa, resulting in a twenty-minute clean-up operation.

As of press time, the leader of the power-player in Inter-local Affairs, Sam's Mum, was brokering a peace treaty.

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