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US newspaper mistakes Iraq for Iran

Anorak Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
US newspaper mistakes Iraq for IranThe Herald-Times in Bloomington, Indiana, reported that Iraq had attacked US soldiers in the country. The apology was almost as swift as the attacks: “To our loyal and treasured print subscribers: We owe you this letter, and our deepest apologies for the error. A single character can make a huge difference.”

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