Corrections and clarifications

• An article said that the overturning of Roe v Wade by the US supreme court had led to “a swathe of states enacting outright bans on abortion with no exceptions for rape, incest or to save the life of the patient”. While some of these states do not have exceptions in rape and/or incest cases, they do have exemptions where the patient’s life is in danger (US tourist on how she was put at risk by abortion ban, 28 June, p19).

• Other recently amended articles include:

US woman left traumatised after Malta hospital refuses life-saving abortion

Māori All Blacks tear experimental Ireland side apart before first Test

Climate change role clear in many extreme events but social factors also key, study finds

Food additive or carcinogen? The growing list of chemicals banned by EU but used in US

Concerns grow that India is ‘back door’ into Europe for Russian oil

Rewinding 100 years: the Devon neighbours who united to rewild on a grand scale

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