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The web has become an integral part of our lives, shaping how we get news, shop, and communicate. When critical events occur, social media and news websites cover the stories as they break and continually revise them as the story evolves. Unfortunately, much of the content around these stories is vulnerable and prone to loss. Thus, web archives have become a significant repository of our recent history and cultural heritage. Content from web archives can be used to fill in the gaps in the livedblp:journals/tcdl/AlNoamany13 fatcat:avs7k5fnkbfpbbory4os5dmqjm