CAMERA's Israel office elicits a correction in the International Herald Tribune today regarding a photo caption which wrongly identified a Golan Heights tourist lookout as a military training zone.
CAMERA staff elicited a correction on a Los Angeles Times news article which wrongly stated that the Syrian town of Quneitra is in the "Israeli-occupied Golan Heights."
CAMERA's Israel office prompted a correction in Ha'aretz on a photo caption which had wrongly placed a "Nakba Day" clash in Ramallah, when it actually took place at the Ofer military prison outside of Ramallah.
The Guardian is the second major media outlet this month to issue a correction noting that Israel does not control all of Gaza's borders. The British media outlet, however, has not amended its headline and subhead placing Akko in the West Bank.
CAMERA staff elicited a correction in USA Today regarding a news article which incorrectly identified the location of the 1967 armistice line. The error and correction follow:
Following communication with CAMERA staff, the Los Angeles Times promptly corrected an architecture exhibit review which wrongly reported that Israel still occupies the Gaza Strip. The error and correction follow: