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Correction: Endangered Seal Death-Aquaculture story
HONOLULU (AP) -- In a story March 17, about an endangered Hawaiian Monk seal dying in a fish farm pen, The Associated Press reported erroneously a funding source for the farm. The farm, Blue Ocean Mariculture, has not received federal funding. The NOAA research funding was granted to the previous owners of the facility, under the name Kona Blue Water Farms....

Clarification: Zion Curtain-Things to Know story
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- In a story March 21, The Associated Press reported that an exception within new Utah liquor legislation would allow restaurants to seat children closer to the bar if there are no other open tables and the minor is with someone who is at least 21. The story should have specified that the exception would only apply to restaurants that don't currently have a barrier referred to as a "Zion Curtain," which hides bartending, and the exception only lasts until 2022....

Correction: Israel-Jesus Tomb Restoration story
JERUSALEM (AP) -- In a story March 20 about renovations at the tomb of Jesus, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Edicule is revered by Christians as the site where Jesus rose to heaven. Tradition says the Jerusalem shrine is the site of Jesus' resurrection, not the ascension to heaven....

Correction: Radioactive Lab-Indictment story
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- In a story March 17 about a Kansas man accused of tainting a lab with radioactive waste, The Associated Press misstated the name of an organization he founded. Ahmed el-Sherif founded the American Muslim Council of Greater Kansas City. The words "Kansas City" were mistakenly left off in the original story....

Correction: Turkey-Twitter story
LONDON (AP) -- In a story March 15 about Twitter hijackings, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a security expert. His name is Javvad Malik, not Javid Malik....

Correction: Russia-Revolution story
MOSCOW (AP) -- In a story March 14 about the Russian Revolution, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of a website marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution. The website is project1917.ru, not 1917.ru....

Correction: T25-College Bkb Poll story
In a story March 13 about the Associated Press Top 25 men's college basketball poll, the AP wrongly attributed a vote from John Feinstein of National Public Radio to Iowa instead of Iowa State. In correcting Feinstein's ballot and retabulating the results, Iowa State moves from No. 17 into a tie for No. 16 with Florida State....

Clarification: Yahoo-Executives story
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- In a story March 13, The Associated Press reported that more than 1 billion Yahoo users had been affected by two security breaches. The story should have specified that more than 1 billion user accounts had been broken into, as some accounts might have belonged to the same individuals....

Correction: SXSW-Politics story
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- In a story March 12 about the South by Southwest music festival, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the Wu-Tang Clan, erroneously referring to it as the Wu-Tang Clang. A corrected version of the story is below:...

Correction: Haiti-Peacekeeper Pullout story
CITE SOLEIL, Haiti (AP) -- In a story March 9 about U.N. plans to pull peacekeepers out of Haiti, The Associated Press, relying on erroneous information from the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti, misidentified a captain with the force's Brazilian Battalion. He is Capt. Fernando Gomes, not Capt. Leandro Vieira Barboza....