Correction: Pandora Papers story


FILE – Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is shown ahead of a meeting at the EU Charlemagne building in Brussels, in this Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, file photo. Hundreds of world leaders, powerful politicians, billionaires, celebrities, religious leaders and drug dealers have been stashing away their investments in mansions, exclusive beachfront property, yachts and other assets for the past quarter century, according to a review of nearly 12 million files obtained from 14 different firms located around the world. The report released Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists involved 600 journalists from 150 media outlets in 117 countries. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is one of 330 current and former politicians identified as beneficiaries of the secret accounts. (Stephanie Lecocq/Pool via AP, File)

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story published October 4, 2021, about a trove of leaked financial data, a photo caption erroneously identified Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan as one of 330 current and former politicians who benefitted from secret accounts. The report identified Khan’s associates as beneficiaries, but not Khan himself.

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