Wikipedias new home: Wikitravel: Wikipedia’s new home

  • October 11, 2021

WikiTribune, a new online news website, will be launched by Al Jazeera on Monday, its owners said.

Wikitrol is part of Al Jazeera’s news platform that has been used for more than 500 million articles since the news outlet was founded in 2006.

Wikipedians will be able to read, edit and share news articles, news and current events from the site.

“Wikitravel will be the first of its kind in the news ecosystem,” said Al Jazeera Media Networks editor-in-chief Richard Gendal, adding that the news site will provide access to content from the Al Jazeera News website, Al Jazeera World, Al Jazeeras English and Al Jazeera Arabic websites.

“This is not the end of Wikitribbles existence.

We will continue to make it better for readers and creators, including our own team.

Wikitext is our future, and we hope that Wikitrend will be part of this.”

Wikitrains new home The news site is set to launch on Monday.

It will be accessible to users from the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, India, Indonesia, South Africa, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.

The site is part-owned by Al-Jazeera Media Network, which owns Al Jazeera, Al-Akhbar English, Aljazeera Arabic, Al Sumaria, Al Sharqiya, Al Masdar TV, Al Quds and other Arabic-language media.

The news website was launched on January 12.

Al Jazeera said that it has over 20 million monthly visitors worldwide.

“The goal is to have over 1.5 million unique visitors a month by 2019.

The aim is to increase this figure by up to 10 percent per month in the next six years,” Al Jazeera Middle East director-general Abdallah Ibrahim said.

Al Jazeera announced last year that it would be buying the news website and its sister news website Al Jazeera Online for a reported $2.8 billion.”

We will be adding new content and services as we move forward.”

Al Jazeera announced last year that it would be buying the news website and its sister news website Al Jazeera Online for a reported $2.8 billion.