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Correction: Israel-Palestinians story
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) -- In a story Dec. 15 about deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence, The Associated Press erroneously referred to Jerusalem's Western Wall as Judaism's holiest site. The Western Wall is the holiest site where Jews can pray, while the neighboring hilltop compound known to Jews as the Temple Mount is the holiest site in Judaism....

Correction: YE-Top 10 TV story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Dec. 12 about the year's top TV, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Ken Burns created "The Vietnam War." Ken Burns and Lynn Novick were the docuseries' co-creators....

Correction: Fatal Shooting-Herbicide Dispute story
BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- In a story Dec. 14 about a second-degree murder trial involving farmers in Arkansas, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the herbicide dicamba was made by Monsanto. Monsanto is one of several companies that make dicamba, but it does not sell its product in Arkansas....

Correction: Conflicted Interests-ABRIDGED story
In a story Dec. 6 about potential conflicts of interest among state legislators, The Associated Press and Center for Public Integrity reported erroneously that Nevada lawmakers in a special session last year took a historically unprecedented step in waiving requirements that legislators disclose potential conflicts of interest when they approved money for an NFL stadium. Lawmakers took a similar step with budget-related matters during a special session in 2009, according to legislative documents....

Correction: Conflicted Interests story
In a story Dec. 6 about potential conflicts of interest among state legislators, The Associated Press and Center for Public Integrity reported erroneously that Nevada lawmakers in a special session last year took a historically unprecedented step in waiving requirements that legislators disclose potential conflicts of interest when they approved money for an NFL stadium. Lawmakers took a similar step with budget-related matters during a special session in 2009, according to legislative documents....

Clarification: Sweden-Synagogue-Arson story
HELSINKI (AP) -- In a story Dec. 10, The Associated Press reported that the fire-bombing of a synagogue in Goteborg was the second anti-Jewish attack in Sweden in as many days. The story should have clarified that the first incident was a pro-Palestinian demonstration Friday in Malmo where protesters yelled anti-Jewish slogans but no one was attacked....

Clarification: Paradise Papers-Bono story
BERLIN (AP) -- In a story Dec. 9, The Associated Press reported, based on an article written in German, that U2 frontman Bono told Munich newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung in an interview he would be at least as angry as fans "should anything fishy have happened" in relation to his offshore investments. The actual quote he gave the paper in English was: "I do want U2 fans to know that I would be more annoyed than them if anything went down here that wasn't exactly right."...

Correction: Sexual Misconduct-Farenthold story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Dec. 7 about a House Ethics Committee investigation, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the panel's chairwoman, Rep. Susan Brooks, was from Alabama. She is from Indiana....

Correction: Italy-La Scala story
MILAN (AP) -- In a story Dec. 7 about Umberto Giordano's long-neglected opera "Andrea Chenier," The Associated Press incorrectly spelled the name of the opera. It's "Andrea Chenier," not "Andrea Chernier."...

Correction: Missing Children-Father Arrested story
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- In a story Dec. 5 about two men arrested after girls were found near a remote desert compound, The Associated Press reported erroneously the days that the two men were charged. Samuel Shaffer was charged with child kidnapping Wednesday, not Tuesday. John Coltharp was charged Tuesday, not Wednesday. A corrected version of the story is below:...