The961 strives to ensure the most accurate information and news is reported on and published. However, errors do occur and news does develop quickly – especially in Lebanon.
We constantly review emails as well as the comments sections across our social media platforms. As soon as we are aware of potential errors, the editorial team is immediately notified to investigate within 48 hours.
Should we find an error was made on our part, or the news has developed since, we make it a priority to update and/or correct the article.
Once the article is updated, we add a disclaimer at the end of the article informing readers on what was amended. Depending on the magnitude of the error/update, we will include a disclaimer at the beginning of the article as well. Should we need to remove an article in its entirety, we will include the update at the end of this page.
We encourage reporting of any errors on The961 or its social media platforms via our contact page.
01/27/2021 – Two (2) articles titled “Lebanon Is Running Out Of Mental Health Medication” and “Donated Field Hospitals Remain Unused For Two Months In Lebanon” were removed following confirmation of plagiarized parts from The National.