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The Los Angeles Times has mixed up news about the Danish and the Dutch on numerous occasions over the past six years, Los Angeles Times readers representative Deirdre Edgar wrote.

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According to Edgar, the newspaper’s newsroom library director Cary Schneider noticed that the newspaper has published at least seven corrections since Oct. 9, 2006 in which the newspaper corrected misidentifications of Dutch instead of Danish, or Danish instead of Dutch.

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