User:Stevenfruitsmaak/Work

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Welcome to my braglist!

Articles[edit]

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I currently wrote 100 articles, and I'm also proud of my edits in the others listed on this braglist. The newest story I wrote is:

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I'm especially proud of my article Mass wedding held against racism in Belgium, which is a featured article on this site, and of my interview with World Wide Web co-inventor Robert Cailliau.

You can also consult my edit count (almost 4000 in main, over 8800 in total; although Interiot seems to have a different idea :-p). I've also uploaded some images.

N = I started the article; OR = Original reporting; t = translated; n = I expanded it the most

Health-related[edit]

14 stories written:

  1. (February 12, 2009) N Fake impotence drugs linked to low blood sugar outbreak
  2. (February 3, 2008) N Drug-resistant flu rising, says WHO
  3. (December 14, 2007) OR Interview with Reggie Bibbs on his life with neurofibromatosis
  4. (September 4, 2007) N Woman suffers heart attack in front of heart specialists
  5. (July 11, 2007) N Libyan court upholds death sentence for foreign medics in HIV case
  6. (January 5, 2007) N Ethics debate surrounds surgery to stunt disabled girl's growth
  7. (November 10, 2006) N Study tests the use of Google as an aid for medical diagnoses
  8. (October 2, 2006) N 2006 Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded to American scientists
  9. (September 28, 2006) N New York City considers stricter regulations on trans fat
  10. (September 10, 2006) n Extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis strain emerges in South Africa
  11. (September 1, 2006) N Clinical study supports pollen tablets as hay fever treatment
  12. (August 15, 2006) N New drug for smoking cessation is under investigation
  13. (August 7, 2006) N Study says dogs can smell lung and breast cancer
  14. (August 6, 2006) N Vaccine targets obesity in rats

Belgium[edit]

26 stories written:

  1. (January 24, 2009) N Details emerge on fatal stabbing at Belgian day care centre
  2. (July 6, 2008) OR Triathlon national championship held in Belgium
  3. (March 20, 2008) OR After 9 months, Belgian coalition delivers government
  4. (February 18, 2008) OR Belgian Indymedians discuss participatory journalism at open door day
  5. (December 3, 2007) N Belgian formation talks: King consults incumbent PM
  6. (November 6, 2007) N Belgium still without government, new record set
  7. (September 5, 2007) N Belgian justice prosecutes Scientology
  8. (August 20, 2007) OR Triathletes from Belgium and Luxembourg compete in championship race
  9. (August 16, 2007) OR Wikinews interviews World Wide Web co-inventor Robert Cailliau
  10. (June 23, 2007) OR Police ends demonstration of anarchist squatters in Belgium
  11. (June 9, 2007) N Belgian voters decide fate of socialist-liberal coalition tomorrow
  12. (June 5, 2007) N Flemish Minister-President will not call Armenian massacre 'genocide'
  13. (May 21, 2007) OR Belgian bus company knows solution for car parking problems
  14. (May 12, 2007) OR Longest coffee table symbolises World Fair Trade Day in Belgium
  15. (April 28, 2007) N Prosecutor investigates possible terrorist training camps in Belgium
  16. (March 23, 2007) OR Belgian Archbishop lectures on health care and religion
  17. (March 30, 2007 OR Women's groups promote "Equal Pay Day" in Belgium
  18. (March 23, 2007) OR Project brings dialogue between society and prisoners
  19. (March 22, 2007) OR Mass wedding held against racism in Belgium
  20. (March 19, 2007) N Black registrar to hold mass wedding in Belgium
  21. (January 9, 2007) N Prince Laurent of Belgium testifies in marine fraud case
  22. (December 14, 2006) N Fictional documentary about Flemish independence causes consternation in Belgium
  23. (October 9, 2006) N Municipal elections in Belgium: Flemish Interest halted in Antwerp but advancing elsewhere
  24. (September 13, 2006) N Belgian terrorism suspects remain in custody as case details emerge
  25. (August 12, 2006) N Gevaert and Hellebaut win golden medal at European athletics championships
  26. (August 10, 2006) N Kim Gevaert wins women's 100m final at European athletics championships

Europe[edit]

24 stories written:

  1. (February 2, 2008) N Reports claim French President marries girlfriend
  2. (January 19, 2008) N YouTube banned in Turkey once again
  3. (November 19, 2007) OR Spanish King's 'shut up' to Chávez becomes ringtone
  4. (November 17, 2007) OR Dutch Justice Department bans Wikipedia for employees following vandalism
  5. (November 14, 2007) N Far-right faction in European Parliament dissolved
  6. (November 5, 2007) N In pictures: UK celebrates Bonfire night
  7. (November 4, 2007) N Paula Radcliffe makes comeback and wins New York City marathon
  8. (November 1, 2007) n London's Metropolitan Police Service found guilty in suspected suicide bomber case
  9. (October 20, 2007) N Man throws red paint in Roman Trevi fountain to protest film festival
  10. (September 2, 2007) N Report claims UK might withdraw from Iraq as early as October
  11. (July 19, 2007) N Web browser Firefox threatens monopoly of Internet Explorer in Europe
  12. (July 13, 2007) N Pamplona's famous "running of the bulls" in pictures
  13. (July 10, 2007) N Tour de France: Yellow jersey Cancellara surprises sprinters
  14. (May 17, 2007) N Sarkozy appoints François Fillon as Prime Minister of France
  15. (May 15, 2007) N PayPal receives banking licence
  16. (April 30, 2007) n Protests in Turkey over Presidential candidate
  17. (April 14, 2007) t French presidential candidate Sarkozy accuses left parties of betraying left values
  18. (March 11, 2007) N Jacques Chirac announces he will not pursue a third Presidential mandate
  19. (March 7, 2007) n Court issues YouTube block in Turkey
  20. (February 4, 2007) N Policeman killed in football-related violence in Italy
  21. (January 31, 2007) N Sweden to open embassy in Second Life
  22. (October 12, 2006) N French parliament approves bill on Armenian Genocide denial
  23. (September 7, 2006) N Officers and immigrants get injured in Canary Isles revolt
  24. (September 4, 2006) N Over 1000 illegal immigrants arrived at Canary Isles this weekend

Science and Technology[edit]

10 stories written:

  1. (December 19, 2008) OR RNA journal submits articles to Wikipedia
  2. (February 26, 2008) OR Lobby groups oppose plans for EU copyright extension
  3. (February 24, 2008) OR Interview: Drupal founder Dries Buytaert balances community and company interests
  4. (February 24, 2008) OR Open software developers meet at FOSDEM 2008
  5. (May 15, 2007) N Microsoft claims open source software breaches its patents
  6. (May 9, 2007) N Scientists to bring all species together in Encyclopedia of Life
  7. (September 29, 2006) N Sony plans global replacement of laptop batteries
  8. (August 24, 2006) N Pluto loses planet status
  9. (August 22, 2006) N Russian mathematician declines Fields Medal
  10. (August 16, 2006) n Astronomers to vote on potential new planets

World and remaining articles[edit]

26 stories written:

  1. (October 19, 2008) China's Premier recognises government responsibility in milk incident
  2. (April 1, 2008) Media round-up: April Fools' Day 2008
  3. (March 9, 2008) N International Board fixes soccer field size, halts technology experiments
  4. (December 31, 2007) N Wikinews' overview of the year 2007
  5. (October 28, 2007) Nt Cristina Kirchner set to win Argentinian presidential elections
  6. (October 25, 2007) N UN report: climate change and food shortage major problems for Earth's future
  7. (October 24, 2007) N China launches space probe to the moon
  8. (August 4, 2007) N Brazil to invest US $3.6bn in slums
  9. (August 2, 2007) N ‎Russia claims North Pole by planting flag on seabed
  10. (July 29, 2007) t ‎13 die in two airway accidents in Russia
  11. (July 10, 2007) t Argentina celebrates its independence day covered in white
  12. (July 5, 2007) N A dozen 7-Elevens transformed into Kwik-E-Marts to promote Simpsons movie
  13. (June 7, 2007) N Post-Kyoto agreement is subject of G8 debate
  14. (May 20, 2007) N Wikinews Shorts: May 20, 2007
  15. (April 28, 2007) t Russian cellist Rostropovitch dies at 80
  16. (April 26, 2007) N Putin's delivers eighth annual address to parliament
  17. (April 15, 2007) N Pro-secular Turks rally against Erdogan's possible presidential candidacy
  18. (April 1, 2007) N First Guantánamo Bay prisoner sentenced
  19. (April 1, 2007) N Mouse makes nest in cash machine, eats money
  20. (February 23, 2007) N UN Security Council approves African Union peace keepers for Somalia
  21. (February 21, 2007) N UK and Denmark announce troop withdrawals from Iraq
  22. (February 19, 2007) N Bombing on train from India to Pakistan kills at least 66
  23. (January 27, 2007) N U.S. Army to court-martial Abu Ghraib officer
  24. (October 27, 2006) N Bush signs law to build fence at US-Mexico border
  25. (October 17, 2006) N Eritrea moves troops into UN buffer zone
  26. (September 5, 2006) N President of Iran warns universities to stay out of politics

Trophies[edit]

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This barnstar is given in thanks to those who have contributed to wikinews! Keep up the editing! --Penubag 06:53, 10 May 2007 (UTC)

Feel free to add more right here...

Other content[edit]

Articles published elsewhere[edit]

I've also published articles and blog posts on the site of the Belgian Indymedia (all in Dutch):

And on the Dutch Wikinews: