I have some questions regarding a few of the locations:
There are not Wikipedia articles titled “Roswell, New Mexico, USA.”, “Roscoe, Illinois: USA” or “Challenger Deep, Pacific Ocean”; however, there are Wikipedia articles titled “Roswell, New Mexico”, “Roscoe, Illinois” and “Challenger Deep”. I don’t think these particular cases cause any ambiguity, but I feel that they should still be changed to the valid Wikipedia title. Additionally, “NYC”, “The North Pole”, “Al-Hillah” and “Pyongyang, North Korea” are all redirects to their obvious article. Technically, the redirect itself is a separate article containing only something like “#Redirect [[Al Hillah]]” so this could potentially cause issues. Does this really matter or am I just being too pedantic? Should we add a clarification regarding redirects?
Secondly, I’m not sure if the World Trade Center is “contemporary”. If you meant the site, then there is an article titled “World Trade Center site” that would work.
Finally, the Wikimedia Foundation is technically an organization, and not a location, although it does have a well defined location. I’m not really worried about this one, but just though I should mention it for completeness.
Anyway, I guess this is all up to the Djinn, as “If there is any dispute or controversy over whether a purported location is a legitimate Location, the determination of the Djinni shall be conclusive and binding.”, but I would still like to know what the others think about this.
I can’t believe I actually took the time to check this…