@eighthave hi, I have file "hello.md" with two lines in it, one says "hello world" and line two says "bye!". How do I install weblate and mark this file as translatable? Have a few websites written in markdown that need translation. Asked weblate issue tracker, they said that po4a can be used & pointed to fdroid site as an example. It is large and complicated, I will not need Jekyll, just the .md to weblate (and back) part of it. Could you please write a small tutorial? Are you on IRC? Thanks!!

Richard Kenneth Guy, a British mathematician who has published over 300 papers in various mathematical fields, died on Monday at 103 years of age.

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SpaceX starlink launch en.wikinews.org/wiki/SpaceX_st

Today was another successful launch of starlink communication satellites in this launch their was 60 small starlink satellites. These satellites are ion propelled and have 1 long solar panel of to one side the satellites will change their orbits so there is always a satellite above America Elon Musk hopes to grow the starlink fleet and recently posted a Twitter post using starlink

US actress Beyonce Wierzycka arrested after car incident 'saga' en.wikinews.org/wiki/Media_rep

Hollywood-based actress Beyonce Wierzycka handed over to the Malibu County Police Department, in Los Angeles on Friday evening, this follows Wierzycka's car incident 'saga' which made occurred in Malibu near her home.

Upside-down rivers of warm water threaten Antarctica's ice, say scientists en.wikinews.org/wiki/Upside-do

In findings published Wednesday in Science Advances, researchers from the University of Colorado at Boulder and the College of Wooster in Ohio report the mechanism by which warm ocean currents erode the ice shelves along the coast of Antarctica, so contributing to the planet's rising oceans.

Indonesia security minister stabbed en.wikinews.org/wiki/Indonesia

Indonesia's security minister was attacked in a stabbing incident on or before October 10, according to local police familiar with the event. He was wounded in the abdomen by the stabbing. He was flown to a hospital in Jakarta. He is in stable condition. The attacker and a female were arrested.

The woman had scissors in her hands and was going to attack too but was stopped by police.

Four stabbed to death at Paris police headquarters en.wikinews.org/wiki/Four_stab

Yesterday, at the headquarters of the Paris Police Prefecture in Paris, France, an IT worker went on a stabbing spree, killing four. A fifth person was hospitalized in critical condition. The attacker was shot dead by police. Three of the victims were male police officers and the fourth was a female office worker.

Voracious fish may save coral reefs, say scientists en.wikinews.org/wiki/Voracious

In findings published yesterday in Science Advances, researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology in the southern United States report that warming seas decrease the efficacy of the chemical compounds that corals release into the water to defend themselves from bacteria and encroaching sea grass, but these losses may be mitigated if there are large numbers of hungry fish around.

World War II era plane crashes in Connecticut, US, killing at least seven en.wikinews.org/wiki/World_War

At least seven people were killed in the US two days ago, when a World War II-era bomber crashed at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, near the end of a runway at 9:54 a.m. ET (1354 UTC), and struck a deicing facility at the airport, according to officials. The pilot was trying to land the plane about five minutes after takeoff.

Hurricane Lorenzo hits Azores, heads towards Ireland en.wikinews.org/wiki/Hurricane

October 2, as Hurricane Lorenzo hit the Azores, Met Éireann, the national meteorological service for Ireland, issued weather alerts as the storm approached from the west. Yellow warnings were issued nationwide, while six counties on the coast received orange warnings. The warnings apply from tomorrow night into Friday morning.

Scientists report impact of rising ozone on corn crops en.wikinews.org/wiki/Scientist

In findings published yesterday in Global Change Biology scientists say rising levels of the greenhouse gas ozone at ground level may negative affect corn crop yields by as much as 10%. Corn is one of the major sources of food for humans, providing FIGURE of global calories.

Police shoot teenage protester as Hong Kong demonstrations continue en.wikinews.org/wiki/Police_sh

For the first time in the sixteen weeks of protests in Hong Kong, police fired and landed a live round on a protester yesterday. The victim, eighteen-years-old and a high school student, was taken to the hospital for emergency surgery and is reported to be in critical condition. This is the first report of a protester being shot with live ammunition.

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YouTube video shows hundreds of prisoners in Xinjiang Province, China en.wikinews.org/wiki/YouTube_v

footage taken from a drone camera appeared on YouTube showing what appeared to be hundreds of blindfolded and shackled prisoners in Xinjiang Province, China. According to The Guardian they appear to be Uighur and other ethnic minorities.

Thomas Cook collapse: UK travel agent enters compulsory liquidation en.wikinews.org/wiki/Thomas_Co

The travel agent Thomas Cook has entered compulsory liquidation after 178 years in business. The liquidation has triggered Britain's biggest ever peacetime repatriation, aimed at bringing over 150,000 holidaymakers home. The repatriation, dubbed Operation Matterhorn, will have 45 chartered jets flying 64 routes, temporarily making it the UK's fifth largest airline.

Iran's President Rouhani tells foreign powers to leave Persian Gulf en.wikinews.org/wiki/Iran%27s_

Yesterday, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran said if the goal is peace and security, then foreign powers should "get out of the region" as their presence could cause an arms race. He also announced a new security initiative for the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Oman and the Strait of Hormuz to be unveiled at the United Nations General Assembly later this week.

Arrests made in theft of gold toilet in England en.wikinews.org/wiki/Arrests_m

Yesterday, Thames Valley Police said they had arrested a second man in connection with the theft a gold toilet. The toilet, an artwork, was stolen on Saturday from Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, England. Another man, who was was arrested on the day of the theft, was released on bail. The toilet has not been recovered.

US President Trump says Osama bin Laden's son killed en.wikinews.org/wiki/US_Presid

Yesterday, in a brief, but official statement released by the White House, President Donald Trump said that Hamza bin Laden, son of the late Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden been killed in a United States counter-terrorism operation. The statement did not give a date or an exact location. The alleged death of Hamza was previously in the news end of July based on unconfirmed reports.

Oil facilities in Saudi Arabia hit by drone attacks en.wikinews.org/wiki/Oil_facil

Yesterday, oil facilities belonging to Saudi Arabia's state-owned Saudi Aramco were hit by multiple drone strikes in a pre-dawn raid. The attacks triggered major fires at a processing plant and an oil field, which state media said were under control. The Yemen-based Houthi movement claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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