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January 13, 2010

Boston Globe Corrects Geographical Error

CAMERA staff prompted the following correction in the Boston Globe today:

Error (Boston Globe, AP, 1/12/10): The [planned fence on the Israeli-Egyptian border] would come in addition to a massive fence that surrounds the Hamas-controlled Gaza frontier with the West Bank, biting into chunks of the territory as it runs.

Correction (1/13/10): Because of an editing error, the Globe version of an Associated Press story on yesterday’s World pages about Israel’s plan to build two fences along its southern border with Egypt mischaracterized the project. The story should have stated the structure would be in addition to a massive fence surrounding the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, as well as a separation barrier that snakes along parts of Israel’s more than 400-mile frontier with the West Bank.

To see all of the CAMERA-prompted Globe corrections, including last week's concerning "Jewish-only roads," click here.

Posted by TS at January 13, 2010 03:49 AM


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