Talk:Muslim leaders don't accept "pressured" apology

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Could someone explain where this article exists in wikispace now? It was once on the main page and then it has recently disappeared. Shouldn't an old article remain on the front page for sometime after ceasing to become the top story? Forgive my ignorance.

You're right. It should be there, but I suspect it's a case of the title being changed. I will check this now. - Amgine/talk 03:45, 17 May 2005 (UTC)[]
Thank you. But where does one see the history of the main page's actual content? I'm lost.
That's rather a more complex question. The article is listed on the main page in more than one location; it's the lead article, and it is listed in the May 16, 2005 daily archive which is part of the Latest News on the main page.
The main page is built up of a collection of templates, some of which are collections of other files. The content is thus partially automated, which is important on a news site where the content changes so rapidly. - Amgine/talk 03:55, 17 May 2005 (UTC)[]

Article additions and deletions by anonEdit

I have reverted a pair of unsupported additions to the article, and a deletion of a supported quote, by an anonymous editor. The former is a plainly POV insertion which was not supported by the sources cited in this article. The latter, by the same contributor, may be a justified edit. I would invite the editor to explain the reasoning for the deletion. - Amgine/talk 02:45, 17 May 2005 (UTC)[]

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