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New User:Trapezanidis 1453 has been creating a number of these, probably translating from Greek Wikipedia. It might be useful for someone from this project to assist him with infoboxes, cats, notability for broadcasters and English. I have left a note on his talk page suggesting the same. All the best: RichFarmbrough, 17:35, 22 February 2015 (UTC).
Category:BLP articles lacking sources from July 2006 currently has only one article in it, Andreas Mikroutsikos. Andreas Mikroutsikos is apparently a Greek reality TV personality. I was attempting to source and/or clean up the article, but the problem was I cannot find any sources in English, and Google Translate sucks. Also, the article on him in the Greek Wikipedia is completely unsourced. A Google News search does, however, give a number of results in Greek.
I and everyone else at WikiProject Unreferenced articles would be very appreciative if someone who can read Greek would source that article. I'm especially concerned, since it's a BLP about a statement in the article concerning bestiality, and the sentence referring to him as "merchant of human dignity". ~ ONUnicorn(Talk|Contribs)problem solving 20:53, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
@Hansi667: Thank you so much! The article is much better now; things that were confusing are clarified, and pretty much everything is sourced. And now that category of unsourced BLPs is gone. :) ~ ONUnicorn(Talk|Contribs)problem solving 20:45, 28 July 2015 (UTC)
I need someone to come in and help with the article Nicholas Alexios Alexis. The article could use some work since it desperately needs RS that directly mentions this person. The article alleges that he's received coverage in encyclopedias, which is why I declined the A7 nomination, but I'd like for someone to go through and verify this. I'm concerned since a lot of the sources in the articles that have links seem to be about his children rather than Alexis himself. I'd also like to have someone check for puffery since the article creators have posted some WP:SOAPBOX type content in the article's talk page. Offhand it looks OK for the most part, but I'm somewhat leery that maybe some of the claims might have been inflated. Tokyogirl79(｡◕‿◕｡) 07:30, 25 September 2015 (UTC)