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The Wikimedia community has plenty of experience with mass-collaboration—these days, that includes funding.
A class in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, using WikiReaders. 500 of those devices were distributed to schools in India, South Africa and Mexico, in part through a grant from the Wikimedia Foundation. Photo by Ashstar01, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.
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Stockbrokers scrambled this week during a global markets seesaw. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A Hawker Hunter jet crashes into a busy road in Shoreham-by-Sea, England, killing at least 11 people on the ground. Jihadist group Islamic State demolishes the ancient Syrian Temple of Baalshamin.
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A vintage fighter jet crashed into an road in England last week, killing at least eleven. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A Hawker Hunter jet crashes into a busy road in Shropshire, England, killing at least 11 people on the ground. Jihadist group Islamic State demolishes the ancient Syrian Temple of Baalshamin. Global markets seesaw violently ...
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The Odia Wikipedia community used its thirteenth birthday to identify how it can encourage potential editors.
Mrutyunjaya Kar, Administrator, Odia Wikipedia. Photo by Jasanpictures, freely licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0. Odia Wikipedia, one of several Indian-language Wikipedia projects, celebrated thirteen years of free knowledge contribution on June 3. Launched in 2002—just a year after the English ...
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A 45-minute domestic flight in Indonesia ended tragically this week. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A bomb blast near a shrine in central Bangkok kills twenty people. Protesters in more than 200 Brazilian cities demand the resignation of Dilma Rouseff. A series of massive explosions in Tianjin, China, kill more than 114 ...
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Last week's explosions in Tianjin, China​, were so massive they could be seen from space. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A bomb blast near a shrine in central Bangkok kills twenty people. Protesters in more than 200 Brazilian cities demand the resignation of Dilma Rouseff. A series of massive explosions in Tianjin, China, kill more than 114 ...
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A wildfire in Washington state has now burnt through over 400 square miles of land. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A Hawker Hunter jet crashes into a busy road in Shoreham-by-Sea, England, killing at least 11 people on the ground. Jihadist group Islamic State demolishes the ancient Syrian Temple of Baalshamin.
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The Temple of Baalshamin had stood for thousands of years. This week, it was announced ISIL had destroyed it. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A Hawker Hunter jet crashes into a busy road in Shoreham-by-Sea, England, killing at least 11 people on the ground. Jihadist group Islamic State demolishes the ancient Syrian Temple of Baalshamin.
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ICYMI: Protests in all 26 Brazilian states last Sunday called for President Rousseff's impeachment. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A bomb blast near a shrine in central Bangkok kills twenty people. Protesters in more than 200 Brazilian cities demand the resignation of Dilma Rouseff. A series of massive explosions in Tianjin, China, kill more than 114 ...
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22-year-old Jordan Spieth became golf's new number one this week—but he didn't win last Sunday. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A bomb blast near a shrine in central Bangkok kills twenty people. Protesters in more than 200 Brazilian cities demand the resignation of Dilma Rouseff. A series of massive explosions in Tianjin, China, kill more than 114 ...
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Century-old films and World War II photographs are among the 600,000 new files added to Wikimedia Commons thanks to a Berlin hackathon.
Coding da Vinci featured 20 different projects and added 600000 files to the Wikimedia Commons. Photo by Thomas Nitz/Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland, freely licensed under CC BY 2.0. An additional 600000 free files are now available on the Wikimedia Commons thanks to Coding da Vinci, ...
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A bomb blast near a shrine in Bangkok on Monday killed twenty people. #NewsOnWikipedia
Here are some of the global news stories covered on Wikipedia this week: A bomb blast near a shrine in central Bangkok kills 23 people. Protesters in more than 200 Brazilian cities demand the resignation of Dilma Rouseff. A series of massive explosions in Tianjin, China, kill more than 114 ...
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A non-profit foundation dedicated to bringing free content to the world.
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Founded in 2003, the Wikimedia Foundation is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free, multilingual content, and to providing the full content of these wiki-based projects to the public free of charge.

The Wikimedia Foundation operates some of the largest collaboratively edited reference projects in the world, including Wikipedia, one of the 20 most visited websites.
The mission of the Wikimedia Foundation is to empower and engage people around the world to collect and develop educational content under a free license or in the public domain, and to disseminate it effectively and globally.