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Sbarro suicide bombing
On this day was updated on 2013-8-9 with a fact from the article. The fact was that fifteen people were killed and 130 others were wounded when a suicide bomber detonated his bomb at a Sbarro pizza restaurant in Jerusalem.
Status of Jerusalem
Used in: Omer Benjakob (7 December 2017). "Two-Page Solution? After Trump Move, Jerusalem Battle Now Plays Out on Wikipedia". Haaretz.
Two articles I wrote, Rutherford University and International Parliament for Safety and Peace, contributed with the List of unaccredited institutions of higher education to the Assabah Al-Jadaeed (New Sabah) newspaper article "The Diploma Mafias - with a list of diploma factories worldwide", published in Baghdad, 14 February 2008, sourced from WP
Honors for 2010s articles
Did you know? was updated with a fact from the article Same-sex marriage under United States tribal jurisdictions, which you created. Materialscientist (talk) 12:00, 9 January 2010 (UTC) The fact was that same-sex marriage has been allowed in the Coquille Tribe of Oregon despite the state's defense of marriage amendment
A columnist from Alblasserdam translated 'my' Simon Berman article to Dutch, copied all its sources, and added some images and sections from linked articles on nl.wiki to create an 8/2014 column at alblasserdam.net that is chapter 17 in his first book, published 12/2014 at Brave New Books, Amsterdam. Sourced from Wikipedia.