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Corrected

Audie Cornish

Error (NPR, "All Things Considered, Audie Cornish, 1/1/13): For the first time in five years, Israel is allowing shipments of gravel, cement, and other construction materials into Gaza.

Correction (1/8/13): First, we want to expand on and clarify a story that aired on New Year's Day. It was about Israel's decision to ease restrictions on the shipment of construction materials to Gaza. Our story failed to note that Israel previously allowed aid organizations to ship construction material into Gaza. The eased rules apply to private sector builders.



Error (NPR, "All Things Considered," Audie Cornish, 1/1/13): For the first time in five years, Israel is allowing shipments of gravel, cement and other construction materials into Gaza.

Correction (1/7/13, online transcript only): POST-BROADCAST CLARIFICATION: Previously, aid organizations had been allowed to import construction material into Gaza. The eased rules apply to private-sector builders.