Corrections and clarifications

• The Palestinian human rights lawyer and author Raja Shehadeh sends some of his journalism to Henry Abramovitch after publication, not “all his journalistic writing to Abramovitch before submitting it” (‘All this solidarity from the world – yet nothing has changed’, 8 June, Saturday magazine, p55).

• A travel article (Our quieter national treasures, 8 June, Saturday magazine, p72) referred to Great Ayton in North Yorkshire as the explorer James Cook’s “birthplace”, when childhood home was intended; Cook was born in nearby Marton. And the Cook family home that was dismantled and rebuilt in Melbourne, Australia, in 1934, was not Cook’s “original cottage” but had been built by his parents in 1755, after he had gone to sea. Also, Chew Green marching camp is not a short walk from Alwinton but about 15 miles away.

• Other recently amended articles include:

The Hutsul Provody: the comfort of centuries-old traditions during war in Ukraine

Leftwing Nordic nations provide ‘ray of hope’ in Europe

USMNT head into Copa América with their first-ever draw against Brazil

ABC counsels Laura Tingle over ‘racist country’ comments but journalist stands by remarks

No real gameplan’: Roaring Kitty returns as GameStop stock sinks

Why do women outlive men? Cells that develop into sperm and eggs could give the answer

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