In a March 12 story, The Associated Press inaccurately reported that a man arrested in the murder of Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral was suspected of having ordered the singer killed. Authorities say they believe the attack in Guatemala last July was aimed not at Cabral but rather a Nicaraguan businessman who was driving him to the airport.
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