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Corrected

Jordan

Error (AP, 1/30/18): The embassy was closed after a shooting last summer there in which two Jordanians were killed. Israel's ambassador returned to Israel along with the guard involved in the shooting. The guard claimed self-defense and received a hero's welcome at home, angering Jordanians.

Correction (1/30/18): The embassy was closed after a shooting last summer there in which an Israeli guard shot and killed two Jordanians after one attacked him with a screw driver. Israel's ambassador returned to Israel along with the guard involved in the shooting. The guard claimed self-defense and received a hero's welcome at home, angering Jordanians.



Error (Time, Feliz Solomon, 12/6/17): Both the Israelis and the Palestinians call Jerusalem their capital. For years the city was divided between Israeli and Palestinian control, until Israel captured East Jerusalem during the 1967 war.

Correction (12/15/17): Both the Israelis and the Palestinians call Jerusalem their capital. For years the city was divided between Israeli and Jordanian control, until Israel captured East Jerusalem during the 1967 war. …

 
The original version of this story misstated who controlled Jerusalem before the 1967 war. The city was divided between Israeli and Jordanian control, not Israeli and Palestinian control.



Error (Times of Israel, Raoul Wootliff and Dov Lieber, 8/2/17): Tensions between Jerusalem and Amman ramped up recently after an Israeli guard at the embassy in Amman killed two Jordanians, apparently after he was attacked by one of them.

Correction (8/2/17): Tensions between Jerusalem and Amman ramped up recently after an Israeli guard at the embassy in Amman killed two Jordanians, after he was attacked by one of them.



Error (CNN.com, Jason Hanna, Joe Sterling and Michael Martinez, 7/21/13): It annexed East Jerusalem from the Palestinian territories, uniting the historic city to make it the capital of the Jewish state.

Correction (Posted online as of 8/1/13): An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated who controlled East Jerusalem in the years immediately prior to the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War. East Jerusalem was under Jordan's control when it was taken over by Israel in the 1967 war.