The sun rises in Antarctica, and illuminates the carnage from the night before; as black and white penguins continue the bloody battle for a third day. In a statement released from the Black House, the Black Emperor penguin called for an immediate end to weapon shipments from the Russians to the white penguins. The cease fire signed by both parties in Geneva weeks ago was short lived, and both parties blame one another for the violence. When approached for comment about treatment of Black POW's in White penguin camps, the white emperor penguin said nothing and waddled away; surely a sign of the bitter cold face of this conflict. This complex geopolitical struggle has drawn serious calls for action from the UN Security Council; but Polar Bears have threatened to veto any such direct military action from NATO. Also a rising concern among the international community are extremist rebel groups within the black penguins, who have used brutal force against innocent penguins civilians. These penguin groups are being investigated by the UN for war crimes, but reliable intelligence has been difficult to attain with the fog of war. There is still no word on whether Morgan Freeman will be available to mediate further peace talks between the penguins.