Wikinews:Featured article candidates

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This is where the Wikinews community selects new featured articles.

Featured articles should, at a minimum:

  • Have pictures (they should make a good visual impression)
  • Be well-written
  • Cover the news event comprehensively

In addition, we should try to choose articles with these features:

Add suggestions for new articles below. If you are the author, or an author, please include a note that it is your own work. Please justify why you think an article should be featured.

  • Nominations are discussed for a minimum of seven days. Please discuss each nomination and try to come to a consensus before listing an article on Wikinews:Featured articles. Please add {{FAC}} to listed articles' talk pages, and add {{FA}} to successful candidates. See the archive directory for past nominations.
  • There is no upper limit to how long a nomination can be open. Newly-featured articles are often featured on social media, so it is advisable not to close more than two or three in quick succession. Likewise, multiple articles in a single nomination are discouraged.

Candidates[edit]

Consider voting on previous nominations when you add an article to this list!

Please list new candidates at the top.

[OPEN] 'Earth-based life can survive in hydrogen-rich atmospheres': MIT professor Dr Seager tells Wikinews about her research on organisms thriving in oxygen-less environment[edit]

This article covers top level scientific research, with three graphs created by the author (based on data from the scientist), and an interview with the lead scientist. I think it fulfils several criteria - well written, comprehensive coverage, several images, and covers the subject at least as well as any scientific publication might have. [24Cr][talk] 22:41, 30 August 2021 (UTC)[reply]

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