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Current events
March 2010 24
Undated articles 10
All articles 35

This category contains articles about things that are still happening. This means, in general, that there is a statement or section in the article mentioning a recent date. If your aim is to call attention to a particular article or topic, see Wikipedia:How the Current events page works.

To add an article to this category, tag it with {{Current}} or {{Current|section}}. Note that these templates were created to warn editors that the article in question is being editing today by many editors, and not particularly to note recent news.
Subject-specific templates for current events include:

  • For current sporting events, use {{Current sport}}
  • For articles about recently deceased people, use {{Recent death}}
  • For current spaceflights use {{Current spaceflight}}
  • For articles about current meteorological events (like a hurricane e.g.) use Ongoing weather
Major current events:

Zach Beaumont lit the Paralympic cauldron at the Winter Paralympics 2010 in Vancouver, Canada.


This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.







Pages in category "Current events"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).


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