Problem with citations

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I have been using Zotero without absolutely no problem, however for the past few days it has not let me cite properly.
For example, if I try to cite a simple document, then the automatic citation system in Zotero yields this result (including all the links, abstract, etc.) that I obviously do not need:

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Can someone help me please?
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