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Seems I have been misquoted from @ telefoot-TF1 interview
Several western news agencies, including AFP and Reuters, misquoted Zarif's comments by substituting the word "Iraq" for "Arak", which the foreign minister had actually used.
I have been misquoted, what I meant to say was completely different," said Goel.
He was misquoted in several papers about many things.
ISLAMABAD -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) said Sunday that the Transparency International has misquoted the Chairman NAB Admiral (Retd) Fasih Bokhari when it says that NAB would deduct 25 per cent from the recovery of the Rental Power Projects (RPPs).
Summary: A statement was released on Sunday by General Secretariat of the League of Arab States website, in which it was clarified that the statement attributed to the Secretary-General of the Arab League, Nabil Arabi, about the so-called Saharawi people's right to self-determination was misquoted.
Despite granting an interview to Dean just two days prior, Vanguard's Chief Executive Officer Michael Buscher detailed the specifics of the September 23, 2011 incident to Dean, but was misquoted in the article, while significant portions were not an accurate portrayal of the incident in general.
KABUL (PAN): The US embassy in Kabul on Tuesday said that the American ambassador to Pakistan was misquoted by media outlets regarding peace negotiations with the Taliban.
channel that Iranian meddling into other nations' affairs is unthinkable and that Suleimani's words were either misquoted or read out of context.
Misquoted He added: "Oh Jimmy that story is just rubbish and I said something smart about X-F**kta and was misquoted
And, if he was misquoted, an awful lot of reporters listening to his speech all misquoted him identically.
And the midfielder faces a difficult challenge winning over the Villa fans after comments criticising the city of Birmingham were attributed to him, although he said he was misquoted.