COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — In a story Aug. 30, The Associated Press reported that former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed had rejected a report concluding he had not been forced to resign at gunpoint earlier this year. The story should have made it clear that it was Nasheed's party spokesman who rejected the report, rather than Nasheed himself.
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