The New York Times has been forced to apologise for misreporting on the Skripal poisoning in the UK back in March last year. It wrote that ‘the CIA director Gina Haspel showed President Trump images of dead ducks and ill children’ allegedly from the scene of the attack. Though British authorities quickly confirmed the photos were not related to the incident, the New York Times took two months to issue a correction.
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