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The Washington Times on Sunday retracted and apologized for a column about Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee staff member whose unsolved killing sparked right-wing conspiracy theories about the 2016 election.

In the retraction, The Times wrote that the column, which was published in March, had included statements about Mr. Rich’s brother, Aaron Rich, that the publication now believed “to be false.”

The article goes on to state the following:

“The Washington Times apologizes to Mr. Rich and his family,” the retraction said. “All online copies of the column have been deleted and all online content referencing the column has been deleted to the extent within The Washington Times’s control.”

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