Square 1 Reporter: "In international news, the cold war between Pan-Palestine and Al Khamali shows no signs of easing up. To get a closer inspection on the state of affairs, we sent in ABC Regional Corespondent Masseef to the center of events." Square 2 Masseef: "The natural border between the two countries has seen much strife in recent years, including two wars, one terrorist strike, and now this. The river, known by different names depending on which side you stand, is the agricultural hub of both nations, and any conflict would see greater than usual economic suffering for both countries." Square 3 Masseef: "A Khamalian soldier had this to say;" Khamalian Soldier: "When this ll began six months ago, we where prepared for the conflict at any second. But absolutely nothings happened. Beeing on full alert all the time is getting unbearably boring." Square 4 Masseef: "On the other side, a Pan-Palestinian had this to add;" Pan-Palestinian Soldier: "Many families of soldiers have moved to towns near the border, despite government advice for evacuations.It's not official, but many soldiers and officers take leave to see their loved ones, or non-conscripted family members bring food up to military positions. Once you've eaten field rations for months on end, then you can find fault in that, but only then." Square 5 Masseef: "Despite the uneventful stalemate and the bending of discipline on both sides, the border remains heavily fortified. Behind me you can see the river from the Khamalian side. This barbed wire is just the first of seven fortification layers - each growing more intricate and formidable - constructed by North Nubian auxiliaries. At this point, both sides are not speaking to the media about the potential of any future developments." Square 6 Reporter: "Thankyou Masseef. That was Maseef Dorjuba reporting from the Khamalian-Pan-Palestinian border. Now, in other news..."