An article on Saturday about the massacre at two mosques in New Zealand transposed the first and second guns used by the accused gunman in the Al Noor mosque shooting. The first was a semiautomatic shotgun, not a rifle. The second was a semiautomatic rifle, not a shotgun.
An article on Wednesday about the indictment of eight Cambodian opposition leaders misidentified a vice president of the Cambodia National Rescue Party. He is Eng Chhai Eang, not Eng Chhai.
An article on Wednesday about the victims of the mass shooting in New Zealand, relying on information from the police, erroneously included an individual among the victims who were killed in the attack. That profile has been removed from the digital version of the article.
An article on Wednesday about a plan for seven Western states to reduce water use amid a 19-year drought stated incorrectly the decade that Lake Mead began to fill. The lake began to fill in the 1930s, not the 1960s.
An article on Thursday about the philanthropist Michael Steinhardt misspelled the given name of Sheila Katz’s lawyer. She is Debra Katz, not Deborah.
An article on Wednesday about soil shipped overseas for Major League Baseball games described incorrectly the significance of games between the Cubs and the Mets in Japan in 2000. They were the first regular-season games played outside North America, not the first played outside the United States and Canada.
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