NPR and WBUR's radio program Here and Now had misplaced the location of Cave of Horror, where new fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls were found.
In response to communication from CAMERA, UPI promptly corrects an article which reported that wanted Palestinian Marwan Abusrour is believed to be residing in his "native countr[y,] "Palestine," referring to the Palestinian Authority.
UPDATE: CAMERA prompts correction after Forbes cited the notorious Corbynista Rachel Cousins, who has has a history of peddling antisemitic conspiracies and in tweeting fake news about Israel. Forbes has reproduced Cousins' false claim that a Haifa demonstration took place in "Palestine."
CAMERA prompts correction of multiple photo captions after the German news agency erroneously referred to disputed West Bank land where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hopes to extend sovereignty as "Palestinian territories."
CAMERA today prompts correction of a Voice of America article which had erroneously misidentified disputed areas of the West Bank as "Palestinian land." The correction follows additional corrections on the same issue that CAMERA elicited recently at The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
Not long after the news pages corrected prejudicial language about the disposition of the West Bank, the Opinion pages fixed a similar error.
CAMERA prompts correction of a front-page photo caption at the Wall Street Journal which erroneously referred to disputed West Bank land as "Palestinian territory."
CAMERA prompts correction after Haaretz wrongly reported that Palestinians wishing to enter and exit the territory via Egypt require Israeli approval.
The New York Times corrects after taking sides in the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians over the West Bank.