Follow the guide [[Wikinews:Content guide#Wikinews wants referenced articles|above]] to referencing and attributing and you are well on your way.
News reporting is protected in many countries as an important right that balances, to some degree, intellectual property laws such as copyright. You may even be forgiven by some if you report official secrets, though. The key is to only include as much as is necessary to tell the news, to attribute your source, and to only do so if there is a public benefit.
Don't copy entire pieces of copyrighted work — this includes most websites, even if you cannot see a copyright notice, and includes both portions of text and entire articles.
If in doubt, leave it out. There are often alternative sources for material if you can't get permission.-->
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