Correction Policy

Through this Corrections Policy, Arjawa (also known as “Arjawa” / “We” / “Us” / “Our”) would like to let you know about the corrective actions We take when we discover that some incorrect material has been posted on Our Website. We are completely aware of our responsibility to Our readers and are aware that it is Our duty to make the necessary corrections and to let you know as soon as possible about them.


Arjawa aims to provide its audience with accurate and thorough news stories based on all the information available at the moment the news is reported. As soon as we become aware of any inaccuracies in the information on Our Website, we make every effort to address them as soon as possible. As a digital platform, we publish corrections and clarifications on Our social media accounts or post an editor’s note outlining the changes that were made and exactly what the mistake was, in addition to correcting it in Our content. If we make a significant error that could result in the spread of false information, we promptly and properly apologize to our readers.

If an article has been updated, we always acknowledge it in the notes section. Every time We correct a critical error or change a story to reflect feedback and updates from a stakeholder, it is crucial that We notify readers with a correction, explanation, or editor’s note. When a factual error is discovered during our fact-check (which is done in accordance with our fact-check policy, which is available at [“Fact-Check Policy”]), we update the article as necessary and note in bold at the top of the article, “[Correction: updated Info…]” what was fixed. Additionally, we ask members of our community to email corrections to editor as well as the address at the conclusion of each article. We provide readers with an option to suggest corrections if any.


If We are substantively changing an article, photo caption, headline, graphic, video, or other piece of content, We immediately issue a correction outlining the justification for the change in question.


The text is rewritten and explanation is added to the story when Our writing has accurate facts but the language We used to convey those facts is not as clear or precise as it should be. A clarification is also used to indicate when We missed a comment or answer that has since been included in the story or when new information has changed how We initially described an incident.

Editor’s Notes

If a correction creates a substantial ethical dilemma, it may also call into question the entire article’s content, in which case an editor’s note is required. This editor’s note will then explain the correction in question. The inclusion of an editor’s note in a story is authorized by a senior editor.

Other Corrections Policies

Our community engagement staff can state in the comments that an error has been fixed when one is discovered by a reader and sent to the comment stream.
When We post inaccurate information on social networks, We update it there. If we are unable to change it, we retract the inaccurate information.
We do not place blame on specific editors or reporters (e.g., “because of an editing error” or “because of a reporting error”).
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Please notify us at if you think a story we published is untrue.

Take-down Requests

Because it violates our editorial guidelines, we do not consider takedown requests. In the event that the subject disputes the accuracy of the report, we are willing to look into it and, if required, issue a correction.
When fairness requires an update or follow-up on Our prior reporting, We comply, evaluating whether further editorial action is necessary, but we do not take the story down as if it had never been written.
We only consider takedown requests for publicly available personal data where a person is actually in danger of being physically harmed as a result of the material’s presence.