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Once you have added information, you should make sure you have cited your sources. Generally, if you have added any official information about history, policies, or statistics, you should cite your sources from veritable and trustworthy sources (likes newspaper publications, academic journals, and reports from the UN, WHO, nonprofits, and NGOs, etc).  
 
Once you have added information, you should make sure you have cited your sources. Generally, if you have added any official information about history, policies, or statistics, you should cite your sources from veritable and trustworthy sources (likes newspaper publications, academic journals, and reports from the UN, WHO, nonprofits, and NGOs, etc).  
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=== Citations in VisualEditor ===
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==== Citations in VisualEditor ====
 
Click on "Cite" in the editor toolbar. Then, you can add information on the citation, such as copy-pasting the URL of the reference or adding the name of the book reference.
 
Click on "Cite" in the editor toolbar. Then, you can add information on the citation, such as copy-pasting the URL of the reference or adding the name of the book reference.
  

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