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Correction: Bird Flu story
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- In a story April 16 about bird flu, The Associated Press reported erroneously that recent outbreaks had led to the death of more than 2.5 million turkeys and chickens. The correct figure at the time was more than 2.4 million, and not all the birds slated to be euthanized had been....

CORRECTION: Boko Haram-UN story
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) -- In a story April 16 about negotiations for a U.N. mandate for a multination force to fight Boko Haram, The Associated Press incorrectly stated that a Chapter 7 mandate requires military enforcement. Some articles in Chapter 7 of the U.N. charter ban military enforcement....

Correction: Coachella Fashion story
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- In a story April 9 about fashion at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, The Associated Press misspelled the first name of jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche as Jackie....

Correction: Europe-Tourism Boost story
LISBON, Portugal (AP) -- In a story April 15 about effect of the weakening euro on tourism in Europe, The Associated Press reported erroneously that 10 million Americans visited Paris last year, and that officials hoped the figure would rise 10 percent to 11 million this year. The correct figure was 2 million U.S. visitors last year, not 10 million, and officials hope that figure will rise 10 percent to 2.2 million, not 11 million....

Correction: National Guardsmen-Arms Dealing story
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- In a story April 15 about illegal gun sales, The Associated Press, relying on information from the U.S. attorney's office in San Diego, erroneously reported the affiliation of two defendants. They were members of the National Guard, not U.S. Army reservists....

Correction: Jailed For Overweight Rig story
CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) -- In a story April 14 about a Florida trucker jailed for violating a truck weight limit on a Pennsylvania road, The Associated Press misspelled the man's last name. He is Francisco Amarales-Amarales, not Amareles-Amareles....

Correction: Starved Toddler-Texas story
DALLAS (AP) -- In a story April 14 about a church leader accused of helping starve a 2-year-old boy, The Associated Press, relying on court documents, erroneously spelled the suspect's first name. Her name is Aracely Meza, not Araceli Meza....

Clarification: Philippines-Pacquiao Film story
MANILA, Philippines (AP) -- In a story April 15, The Associated Press reported that a film on the childhood of boxer Manny Pacquiao was produced by independent filmmaker Ten17P. It was co-produced by Ten17P and Star Cinema....

Correction: Obama-Gospel story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story April 14 about a gospel music celebration at the White House, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Loretta Lynch would be the first female U.S. attorney general. She would be the first black female attorney general....

Correction: Hawaiian Artifacts story
LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) -- In a story April 9 about Hawaiian artifacts retrieved from a sunken royal yacht, The Associated Press reported erroneously when field work was completed. The project ended in 2000, not 2001 as the AP was originally told by Richard Rogers, a Hawaii shipwreck chaser who worked with scientists from the Smithsonian Institution to bring up the artifacts from the ship owned by King Kamehameha II. Paul F. Johnston, Ph.D., Curator of Maritime History at the National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution, says the work was completed in 2000....