An write-up on Wednesday about civilian fatalities in Mali that have been connected to a Russian militia misspelled the surname of the Sahel director for Human Rights Watch. She is Corinne Dufka, not Dukfa.
An post on Thursday about the U.S. choice to mail highly developed weapons to Ukraine misspelled the surname of a founder of the Silverado Coverage Accelerator. He is Dmitri Alperovitch, not Alperovich. The short article also misstated the title of NATO’s chief. He is the secretary common, not the director standard.
An article on Thursday about the Trump-era prosecutor John H. Durham and the loss of his case in opposition to Michael Sussmann misspelled the supplied identify of the supervisor of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential marketing campaign. He is Robby Mook, not Robbie. The write-up also misstated when the Justice Department’s inspector basic issued its report on the Russia inquiry. It was December 2019, not November 2019.
An short article on Monday about a new documentary from Trump allies saying the 2020 election was stolen misstated the spot of Fred Eshelman, who donated $2.5 million to a team called True the Vote. He is in North Carolina, not Texas.
A map with an post on Thursday about the Q23 bus route in Queens misstated the scale. The length is ½ mile, not five miles.
An report on Wednesday about how Lviv, Ukraine, is switching its architecture to residence war refugees misstated the city’s populace. It is 800,000, not 400,000.
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