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Correction: Palestinians-Rainbow Flag story
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) -- In a story June 30 about Palestinian protesters whitewashing a gay pride rainbow flag, The Associated Press reported erroneously that homosexual acts are banned by law in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. While homosexuality is largely taboo in Palestinian society, there are no laws specifically banning homosexual acts....

Correction: Russia-Ukraine-Gas story
MOSCOW (AP) -- In a story July 1 about Gazprom halting gas supplies to Ukraine, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Russia offered Ukraine a price of $247 per cubic meter. The price offered was per thousand cubic meters....

Correction: DEM 2016-Clinton-Policy story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story July 6 about Hillary Rodham Clinton's policy research efforts, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the president of Miami Dade College. It is Eduardo Padron, not Patron....

Germany wants quick clarification of new NSA spy allegations
BERLIN (AP) -- Germany's foreign minister said Friday that new allegations of U.S. eavesdropping on senior German government officials' telephones need to be clarified "as quickly as possible" and that he hoped Washington would be forthcoming with information....

Correction: Money & Markets Extra-Wireless & Cashless-Vouch
In the Wireless & Cashless module provided as part of Money & Markets Extra for the week ending Saturday, June 27, The Associated Press reported erroneously the name of the CEO of Vouch, a startup that dubs itself a "social network for credit." The correct name is Yee Lee....

Correction: Carnegie Heroes story
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- In a story June 30 about the Carnegie Heroes awards, The Associated Press reported erroneously on the fate of a boy whose brother drowned in a river. Christian Smith survived. He did not drown....

Correction: Indians-Orioles story
BALTIMORE (AP) -- In a story June 28 about the Cleveland Indians game against the Baltimore Orioles, The Associated Press erroneously reported a quote from Cleveland manager Terry Francona. The quote should have read: "Today was not a pretty day for us. But I don't see guys grinding the bat ... we're just not doing the things we're capable of doing," not "I don't see guys grinding the at-bat."...

Correction: Indians story
BALTIMORE (AP) -- In a story June 28 about the Cleveland Indians game against the Baltimore Orioles, The Associated Press erroneously reported a quote from Cleveland manager Terry Francona. The quote should have read: "Today was not a pretty day for us. But I don't see guys grinding the bat ... we're just not doing the things we're capable of doing," not "I don't see guys grinding the at-bat."...

Clarification: Charleston Shooting-Hate Crimes story
In a story June 18, The Associated Press reported on the number of law enforcement agencies reporting hate crimes in South Carolina in 2012 and 2013. The story should have made clear that many more agencies filed annual hate crime reports with the FBI but had no such crimes for the year....

Correction: Abortion Decline-State By State story
In a story June 7 showing state-by-state abortion trends, The Associated Press, relying on incorrect information from the Illinois Department of Public Health, reported erroneously that the Illinois numbers were for surgical abortions only. The Illinois numbers include both surgical and medical abortions....