Times Correction, 7 September 2009 (PDF) 

...Trafigura have always disputed that the dumping caused, or could have caused, the deaths and serious injuries referred to in the article and are defending the personal injury action being brought against them in the High Court in London. We are happy to put the record straight.

 

BBC Broadcast Apology, 17 December 2009 (PDF) 

We accept that the independent experts who have considered this matter in detail were unable to establish any link between the waste and these serious consequences. We withdraw those allegations and apologise to Trafigura

 

Independent Apology, 27 February 2010 (Weblink) 

On 17 September 2009 our front page story 'Toxic shame' concerned the legal settlement in the UK of claims by individuals who alleged that they had been injured when waste from a Trafigura chartered ship was illegally dumped... The article stated that claimants had been maimed and wrongly suggested that, due to the settlement, claims of more serious injuries including miscarriages would not be tested in the High Court case. In fact such claims had already been withdrawn earlier last year...

 

Times Online Correction, 30 April 2010 (PDF) 

...We wish to make clear that the dumping was not carried out by Trafigura as the article may have suggested but by an independent local contractor without Trafigura's authority or knowledge. Furthermore, in September 2009 lawyers for Ivorians who were suing Trafigura over injuries allegedly caused by the dumping acknowledged that at worse the waste could only have caused flu-like symptoms...

 

Guardian Apology, 6 May 2010 (PDF) 

Our item headlined Success for the Guardian (26 April, page 2) erroneously linked the dumping of toxic waste in Ivory Coast from a vessel chartered by Trafigura with the deaths of a number of West Africans...

 

Economist Correction, 16 December 2010 (Weblink) 

In our article on corporate leaks last week 'Be afraid', we said that in September 2009 WikiLeaks had posted a UN report showing Trafigura had dumped hazardous waste in Cote d'Ivoire. In fact, the report leaked was a draft of a study commissioned by Trafigura itself...