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Sources tag on Thyphoon Nabi hits Japan 
Hi... I was just looking at your article Thyphoon Nabi hits Japan, and noticed that the information it contains is not sourced from anywhere. At Wikinews we need to source everything that we put into articles. This can either take the form of some online news source, or original reporting.
I think your article is very worthwhile, and needs to be reported. When then article has some sources you may remove the tag. If you have any questions please leave me a message on my talk page. - Borofkin 07:51, 6 September 2005 (UTC)
- Well, I suppose you could say in your article something like "938 Live reports that Typhoon Nabi has hit Japan", and then include a link to the station in the "Sources" section at the bottom of the article. However, because this is such big news there will be articles all over the net about it. Try a search on news.google.com. It is worth it to see your article published. Also check out other articles about the Typhoon, such as Japan weathers Typhoon Nabi. You don't want to duplicate work that others have already done. - Borofkin 23:51, 6 September 2005 (UTC)