Weekly Don Report TSOGABRI JET PIRATES SUCCESSFULLY EVICTED FROM DON Over the past weeks, an alliance of pilots from Liberties Last Army, Federal Security Forces, and the Don Blue Mob agreed that it was in everyone's best interest to remove Tsogabri Jet Pirate influence from Don. After procedural scans over all Don's Resource Extraction Sites, and a run through Chapmen City, it can be safely said that all remaining Jet Pirates in the sysem have been rooted up or have moved to systems with less security enforcement. It is truly a bright day for Don, as trade has increased greatly with the help of Internal and Federal security protecting Don boundaries. AZAKA GOLD UNIVERSAL LTD ENTERS DON POLITICS In an act of political and economic interest, the Independents of Don signed a federal trade agreement with Azaka Gold Universal LTD this Friday. Azaka is a relatively small refinery system about 16 ly away from Don, but they play a key role in the delivery of refined resources such as Palladium and Titanium to the industries in Don. Many are excited to see a new corporation move into Don, after having the terrifying Tsogabri Pirates in the realm for so long, However, there are also many companies that see this as an abuse of executive power on the behalf of the IoD. "The Gold Universal LTD may provide a more profitable trade in this system," one Network spokesmen said, "but it will only be profitable for the Independents. Azaka is swayed as much by President Hudson as Don is, and next thing you know we're going to be under complete Federal control!". Although this statement might be extreme, there are many minor factions in the area skeptical of the arrival of the Azaka gold Universal Ltd in Don. ZHIGANG SURVEY DUE FOR A MAKEOVER? For years, Zhigang Survey (a small outpost on Don 6B) has conducted research on the Carbon Dioxide Geysers found on the surface. Particularly if the process could be harvested in any way. Last Tuesday, scientists announced they had found ways to channel the Carbon Dioxide from underneath the surface into chambers for refrigeration, plant growth acceleration, and cryostasis. With this exciting discovery, several investors have motioned that the Zhigang Survey should be expanded to optimize CO2 harvesting capabilities. Whether or not this discovery will create a new boom in ice world economy is uncertain at this point in time.