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Voice of America

Error (VOA News, headline, 10/25/17): Israel Approves Thousands of Settlement Homes in East Jerusalem

Correction (10/26/17): Israel Approves More Settlement Homes in East Jerusalem



Error (Voice of America, 7/3/17): Despite that, analysts said India's ties with Palestine remain robust …

Correction (9/5/17): Despite that, analysts said India's ties with the Palestinian Authority remain robust …

 
Editor's note: This story was updated to correct an erroneous reference to the Palestinian Authority as "Palestine."



Error (VOA, AP, photo captions, 2/22/17): Palestinians buy fast food from the food court in a shopping mall in the Gaza Strip, in Gaza City, Feb. 18, 2017. In a welcome sign of normalcy, the first indoor shopping mall – complete with an international retail chain, three story bookstore and food court – has opened in the Gaza Strip. The owners have overcome conflict and an Israeli-Egyptian blockade to build the gleaming 1,800 sq. meter (10,000 sq. feet) shopping center.

Correction (2/23/17): Palestinians buy fast food from the food court in a shopping mall in the Gaza Strip, in Gaza City, Feb. 18, 2017. In a welcome sign of normalcy, the mall – complete with an international retail chain, three-story bookstore and food court – has opened in the Gaza Strip. The owners have overcome conflict and an Israeli-Egyptian blockade to build the gleaming 1,800 sq. meter (19,000 sq. feet) shopping center.



Error (VOA, AP, Fares Akram, 2/22/17): In a welcome sign of normalcy, the first indoor shopping mall – complete with an international retail chain, three-story bookstore and bustling food court – has opened in the Gaza Strip.

Correction (2/23/17): In a welcome sign of normalcy, a new Western-style indoor shopping mall - complete with an international retail chain, three-story bookstore and bustling food court - has opened in the Gaza Strip.



Error (VOA, headline, 2/22/17): Gazans excited over territory's first indoor mall

Correction (2/23/17): Gazans excited over territory's new indoor mall



Error (Voice of America, headline, 9/17/16): Israel Kills Palestinian in West Bank

Correction (9/18/16): Israel Kills Palestinian Who Wounded Soldier in West Bank



Error (Voice of America, headline, 3/14/16): Three Palestinians killed in West Bank attacks

Correction (3/15/16): Israel Military Kills Three West Bank Attackers



Error (Voice of America, 12/31/14): The United States has vetoed a United Nations Security Council draft resolution on Palestinian statehood that demanded Israel withdraw from the occupied territories.

Correction (Online as of 1/5/15): Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday signed a Palestinian request to join the International Criminal Court, a day after a bid for independence by 2017 failed at the U.N. Security Council. . . .

 
Even if the measure had received the nine votes needed for passage, the U.S. vote against it would have effectively vetoed the resolution.



Error (Voice of America, 12/31/14, headline): US Vetoes Palestinian Statehood Resolution at UN

Correction (Online as of 1/4/14): Palestinian President Signs Bid to Join ICC

 
Clarification: This story was updated to clarify that, while the U.S. vote against the Palestinian statehood measure had the effect of a veto, U.S. veto power was not needed because the resolution did not get the required nine votes to pass.