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image:Wtcnyctumbles.jpg - source 
Thank you for uploading images.However, please include sources on your images. image:Wtcnyctumbles.jpg needs a source or it may be deleted per WN:FU, and WN:IUP. Thanks, Bawolff ☺☻ 20:09, 20 October 2006 (UTC)
- thanks for uploading the WTC image. However, the site you took it from says "all rights reserved". I don't believe this could be fair use, since there are clearly alternatives available. I'm replacing the image, and unless you argue decently why the image you found is used properly, it will be deleted.
- And the burrito image: did you really take it yourself?!?
- Nonetheless, thank you very much for contributing, enjoy wikinews and if you need anything, I'll be glad to help.
- Also, I deleted the screenshot: it is clearly copyrighted by a rivaling news organisation, even if you took a screenshot of it, that's not what the screenshot-clausule is intended for: compare to Image:Google.be with court ruling.png.
- Please be careful to upload copyrighted images. I too believe that articles should have images, and the search for a suitable image can be frustrating, certainly in the beginning. Try to browse commons, they usually have a related image that's worthwile.--Steven Fruitsmaak (Reply) 22:11, 20 October 2006 (UTC)
Please do not upload copyrighted images that do not meet our fair use policy. Thanks. --Cspurrier 01:22, 21 October 2006 (UTC)