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We believe in transparency and accountability and understand that mistakes can happen despite our best efforts. When they do, we are committed to correcting them promptly and transparently.
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Once an error is reported, our editorial team will review the claim. If the error is confirmed, we will make the necessary corrections quickly.
Corrections will be made directly in the article where the error occurred. A note will be added at the end of the article detailing the sentence, the date it was corrected, and a brief description of the original error. In cases where the error is significant or affects the overall understanding of the story, an editor’s note may be added at the beginning of the article.
In rare cases where an article is found to be fundamentally flawed or misleading, it may be retracted. A retraction notice will be published in place of the article explaining the reasons for the retraction.
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We are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of journalistic integrity. Our correction policy is a testament to our commitment to truth, accuracy, and readers.
How will we know if the article was corrected?
When we find the issue, our Editors will edit the post and update the information available on the post.
The corrected line will start with bolded lines such as “Updated: Date” ex: Updated: September 8, 2023