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Accreditation detailsEdit

Reporter: Justin Jiahui Liu (JJLiu112)
Location: Texas, United States
Email: Email via Wikinews |  wn-reporters.org
Tel/Voicemail: +1 (214) 606-6222
Other contact methods: dadoufu123 gmail.com

Disclaimer: Accredited Wikinews reporters do not represent the Wikimedia Foundation; they are trusted contributors whom the Wikinews community has certified for the purposes of gathering information related to Wikinews articles.

Published articlesEdit

  A news sense is really a sense of what is important, what is vital, what has colour and life — what people are interested in.  

Burton Rascoe, Useful Quotations : A Cyclopedia of Quotations, 1933.

Published original reporting articlesEdit

UK clarifies foreign, domestic response to cost of living crisis, reviewed by User:Bddpaux. 14 March 2022.
Wikinews interviews RSL Australia for Remembrance Day 2021, reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 10 November 2021. Also available here.
Technological University Dublin senior lecturer Dr Lorcan Sirr speaks to Wikinews on housing market in Ireland, reviewed by User:Acagastya and User:Bddpaux. 21 July 2021. 48th-longest page on Wikinews. Translated into Portuguese.
'Each makes the other more difficult to recover from': University of Sussex professor L. Alan Winters speaks to Wikinews on trade, COVID-19, Brexit, reviewed by User:Bddpaux and User:Acagastya. 30 June 2021.
Wikinews interviews candidate for New York City mayor Vitaly Filipchenko, reviewed by User:Bddpaux. 16 June 2021. 31st-longest page on Wikinews.
Wikinews interviews candidate for Cleveland mayor Arthur Kostendt, reviewed by User:Bddpaux. 15 June 2021.
Wikinews interviews candidate for Minneapolis mayor Philip Sturm, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 13 May 2021.
Wikinews interviews Democratic candidate for the Texas 6th congressional district special election Daryl Eddings, Sr's campaign manager, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 20 April, 2021. 8th-longest page on Wikinews.
Wikinews interviews Adrian Mizher, independent candidate for Texas' 6th congressional district special election, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 7 April 2021. 32nd-longest page on Wikinews.
Wales widens smoking ban, includes at hospitals, schools and playgrounds, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 1 March 2021. Translated into Esperanto, Portuguese and Spanish.

Published synthesis articlesEdit

Translated articles are listed only if it is evident and obvious of their translation from English.

  Great is journalism. Is not every able editor a ruler of the world, being the persuader of it?  

Thomas Carlyle, The French Revolution: A History, 1837.

2023Edit

Supporters of ex-President Bolsonaro storm Brazil's Congress, Supreme Court, reviewed by User:Bddpaux. 8 January.

2022Edit

Pope Francis beatifies short-lived, 'smiling Pope' John Paul I, reviewed by User:SVTCobra. 5 September.
Irish energy supplier Bord Gáis hikes rates for gas, electricity, reviewed by User:SVTCobra. 3 September. Translated into French.
Ethics chief: UK PM's reforms after Partygate "highly unsatisfactory", won't "restore public trust", reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 3 June. Translated into Portuguese.
Elon Musk emails tell Tesla employees return to office, or "assume you have resigned", reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 3 June. Translated into Portuguese.
UK defers junk food deals, advertisement restrictions, reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 17 May.
Loyalists suspected of threatening Irish Foreign Minister with fake bomb, reviewed by User:SVTCobra. 26 March.
Court finds UK allowed undervalued Chinese imports into EU, reviewed by User:SVTCobra. 11 March.
Financial Action Task Force places United Arab Emirates on money laundering 'grey' list, reviewed by User:Cromium. 8 March.
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick resigns amid criticism, reviewed by User:Cromium. 12 February. Translated into Portuguese.
Northern Ireland First Minister Paul Givan resigns over Brexit border checks, reviewed by User:Cromium. 4 February.
Italian President Sergio Mattarella re-elected for second term, ending successor row, reviewed by User:Cromium. 30 January.
GSK rejects three Unilever bids to buy consumer healthcare arm, says unit was "fundamentally undervalued", reviewed by User:Cromium. 16 January. Translated into Hungarian.

2021Edit

New Zealand raises interest rates in second straight month to 0.75%, reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 24 November.
UK pay freeze on public sector employees will end next year, reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 26 October.
Evergrande real estate firm makes missed September bond payment, avoids default, reviewed by User:LivelyRatification. 22 October.
National Health Service England waiting list at highest on record for second consecutive month, reviewed by User:Chaetodipus. 10 July.
Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel hospitalised with COVID-19, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 6 July. Translated into Spanish and Portuguese.
130 OECD countries agree to back global corporate tax rate, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 4 July. Translated into Spanish.
Canada, EU, UK, US impose sanctions on Belarus over Ryanair hijacking, reviewed by User:Bddpaux. 23 June.
Fifteen killed in Mogadishu, Somalia suicide bombing, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 18 June.
Israel opposition parties announce coalition, form new government, reviewed by User:RockerballAustralia. 6 June.
Austrian Airlines cancels Moscow-bound flight after Russia refuses a reroute outside Belarusian airspace, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 29 May.
Arizona bans abortion for genetic abnormalities, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 30 April. Translated into Portuguese.
US President Biden recognises Armenian killing as 'genocide', reviewed by User:Acagastya. 27 April.
Irish Finance Minister Donohoe criticises OECD's global minimum corporate tax rate, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 23 April.
European Union to reduce carbon emissions by 55% of 1990 levels by 2030, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 23 April.
India records 14 millionth case of COVID-19 amid new surge in infections, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 18 April.
US, UK, NATO to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 17 April.
French Prime Minister announces suspension of all flights to, from Brazil over coronavirus variant concerns, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 13 April.
Arkansas becomes first US state to criminalise treatment for transgender minority, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 9 April.
North Korea withdraws from Tokyo Olympics, citing COVID-19 concerns, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 9 April.
European Medicines Agency calls AstraZeneca vaccine "safe and effective", reviewed by User:Acagastya. 21 March.
Russian ambassador to US recalled over President Biden's comments, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 20 March.
International Criminal Court to investigate war crimes in Palestine, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 5 March.
Two Jordanian ministers caught breaking lockdown measures, resign, reviewed by User:Acagastya. 1 March. Translated into Esperanto and Spanish.
Seven Russians infected with H5N8 bird flu; first cases reported in humans, reviewed by User:Pi zero. 24 February. Translated into Chinese.
Serbian Orthodox Church elects new Patriarch Porfirije, reviewed by User:Pi zero. 19 February.
Greek lawmakers approve contentious campus police legislation, reviewed by User:Pi zero. 13 February. Translated into Esperanto.
International Criminal Court rules its jurisdiction includes Palestine, reviewed by User:Pi zero. 8 February. Translated into Esperanto.
World Trade Organization declares US tariff hike illegal, rules in South Korea's favour, reviewed by User:Pi zero. 24 January.

2020Edit

Prime Minister of Slovakia Igor Matovič tests positive for COVID-19, reviewed by User:Pi zero. 21 December.

Articles in other languagesEdit

Sometimes, articles don't make it past the review process here, but have been published in other languages.

Cuba suspende as tarifas de importação sobre alimentos e medicamentos em meio a protestos generalizados, Portuguese Wikinews. 16 July, 2021.

AwardsEdit

Original barnstar: received 29 November 2021. (From User:Cromium)

Original reporting barnstar: received 7 April, 20 April 2021. (Both times from User:Acagastya)

Order of the Modest Pencil: received 21 December 2020. (Obligatory; article published by User:Pi zero, award from User:Acagastya)