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Sharing your feedback on content in Google News

The articles and images you find in Google News are published by third-party news organizations. There are no Google News editors or reporters on staff to review or write stories, and Google News doesn't create the titles or any other part of an article. If you'd like to send feedback about an article you found in Google News, you'll need to email the publisher of the story directly. Regrettably, we're not able to pass user comments on to the publications that originally ran the stories. However, contact info may be available on the publication's homepage.

If you've found an image displaying adult content in Google News or you have a comment regarding other offensive content in the News index, please contact us and we'll review the news source in question. Although Google News doesn't proactively review articles or images for adult content, violence, or hate speech, we depend largely on user reports to identify articles containing these materials. We appreciate any feedback with regard to these types of content appearing in our News index.

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