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by Mike Fegelman
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  • December 3, 2020: SUCCESS! HRC Prompts CBC To Acknowledge Iran’s Claim It “Disbanded (Its) Military Nuclear Program” Is Disputed
  • April 13, 2015: CBC Ombud Upholds HRC Complaint; Israeli PM Did Offer Alternative To Iran Nuclear Deal
  • Toronto Star: March 10, 2016: Toronto Star Clarifies: Israeli PM Did Offer Alternative to Iran Nuclear Deal
  • CBC Online: March 6, 2015: CBC corrects claim that Netanyahu’s speech to Congress opposing Iranian nuclear deal was all about electioneering.
  • Globe and Mail: March 6, 2014: (Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that the cement bags were labelled “Made in Israel”; in fact, Reuters later corrected the story to say the labels read “Made in Iran.”)
  • CBC News Network: November 26, 2013: CBC Issues Clarification After Falsely Asserting that Canada “Condemns” Iran Nuke Deal.
  • Globe and Mail: October 1, 2013: Globe & Mail Issues Clarification After Wrongly Claiming Rouhani’s UN Speech “Lacked” Anti-Israel Rhetoric.
  • Toronto Star, Apr 22 2009: Correction issued: An April 21 article about Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech at the United Nations World Conference against Racism in Geneva on Monday included incorrect information that resulted from an erroneous early translation of the speech. In fact, Ahmadinejad did not call for the eradication of Israel. Nor did he brand Israel as illegitimate. According to the translation given in the United Nations’ webcast of the speech, the Iranian president did say “Efforts must be made to put an end to the abuse by Zionists and their supporters of political and international means and in respect of the will and aspirations of nations. “Governments must be encouraged and supported in their fights aimed at eradicating this barbaric racism and to move towards reforming the current international mechanisms.
  • CBC.ca, July 7 2009: Report stated “In 1982, the Israeli air force destroyed Iraq’s nuclear reactor in a lightning strike. But Iran’s facilities are scattered around the country, some of them underground.” Correction issued: “In 1981, the Israeli air force destroyed Iraq’s nuclear reactor in a lightning strike. But Iran’s facilities are scattered around the country, some of them underground.”

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