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In this paper we introduce a new publicly available dataset for verification against textual sources, FEVER: Fact Extraction and VERification. It consists of 185,445 claims generated by altering sentences extracted from Wikipedia and subsequently verified without knowledge of the sentence they were derived from. The claims are classified as SUPPORTED, RE-FUTED or NOTENOUGHINFO by annotators achieving 0.6841 in Fleiss κ. For the first two classes, the annotators also recorded the sentence(s)doi:10.17863/cam.40620 fatcat:hbohxhfvvjbsdf65jahlz3nqri