Corrections & Clarifications From Prior Issues
In “Enemy No. 1” (Features, May 21 – May 27, 2012), we misreported that Venezuelan presidential candidate Henrique Capriles had been detained for 20 days in 2002. He spent four months in jail. The claim that Venezuela might supply Iran uranium did not appear in a U.S. Department of State report, but rather in testimony by former U.S. State Department official Roger Noriega to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
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