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Corrected

Lisa Beyer

Error (Time Magazine, Lisa Beyer, 12/6/99): It's true that tear gas, frequently used by Israeli soldiers, has been linked to miscarriages among Palestinians, though no one has proved the link to cancer that Mrs. Arafat alleged.

Correction (1/17/00): Our story on the provocative anti-Israeli comments made by Suha Arafat in the presence of Hillary Clinton [WORLD, Dec. 6] mistakenly said that "tear gas, frequently used by Israeli soldiers, has been linked to miscarriages among Palestinians." There are no scientific studies that show any link between tear gas and miscarriages.