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- 5 February 2013: Wikinews interviews DuckDuckGo, Opera, Mozilla, Wikimedia about DoNotTrack feature
- 31 January 2013: Main belt asteroid No. 274301 named 'Wikipedia'
- 4 January 2013: Wikinews interviews Australian Paralympic wheelchair basketballer Shelley Chaplin
- 4 December 2012: Australian Paralympian Janet Shaw dies aged 46
- 5 November 2012: On the campaign trail, October 2012
- 9 October 2012: On the campaign trail, September 2012
- 14 July 2012: Wikimania 2012 tackles diversity issues
- 10 July 2012: 'Imagine a world without free knowledge', in Russia
- 26 March 2012: Wikinews Shorts: March 26, 2012
- 25 March 2012: Wikimania 2012 announces Mary Gardiner as keynote speaker
- 14 March 2012: Encyclopaedia Britannica to stop publishing after 244 years
- 18 January 2012: Wikinews interviews Sue Gardner on Wikipedia blackout
- 17 January 2012: Wikipedia, Reddit in 'blackout' against SOPA, PROTECT IP laws
- 16 August 2011: Wikinews interviews Chinese-American martial artist Alfred Hsing
- 8 August 2011: Wikinews interviews Andy Martin, U.S. Republican Party presidential candidate
- 23 July 2011: Aaron Swartz arrested and charged for downloading JSTOR articles
- 30 June 2011: Wikinews interviews US National Archives Wikipedian in Residence
- 23 June 2011: RIA Novosti celebrates 70th anniversary, uploads 100 images to Wikimedia Commons
- 20 October 2010: Wikimedia Foundation announces departure of general counsel Mike Godwin
- 3 August 2010: FBI asks Wikimedia Foundation to remove seal from websites, Wikimedia declines