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Comment: French article is short but well-referenced. No English article appears to exist, though the earthquake is mentioned at Basel and List of earthquakes.
Requested by:Carcharoth 00:35, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
Interest of the translation: One of the larger known earthquakes before the 20th century, evidence of which is still seen today in Basel (cracks in walls of Basel Cathedral). Interesting bits of history and science, and lots has been written about it (2006 was the 650th anniversary of the earthquake). See this Google search for more information.
Interest of the translation: Current name of Леселидзе, which comes up in various sports articles. Леселидзе should also be cross-referenced (it appears in the English Wikipedia as both Leselidse and Leselidze). More information on the town can be found, e.g., . Sometimes written as Гячрипш.
Requested by:samwaltz 19:20, 3 November 2006 (UTC)
Interest of the translation:International Standard Classification of Education is a UN Programme helping to align and co-ordinate schools internationally, to make degrees more transferrable. There is also a graphic of the Austrian school system, which could be translated. Alternatively, one could be made for the US/UK, or something.
Comment:Strongly support. The article on Russian apartment bombings is dominated by the FSB conspiracy theory and this theory here clearly is given undue weight which violates Wikipedia policy.Vlad fedorov 10:21, 10 March 2007 (UTC)
Interest of the translation: The Russian article has a section on counterarguments to the theory of FSB involvement (a very serious allegation). I think it needs to be translated - I'd do it myself but it mentions a lot of names that I don't know how to translate.
Comment: There has been some confusion with Suomen Neito, which currently seems to list Miss Finland titleholders, while it apparently is an entirely different contest. --Para 21:07, 6 January 2007 (UTC)
Requested by: Yupik
Interest of the translation: Rather unbelievable that this hasn't made it into the English wikipedia yet!