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Some pictures on the Internet are unbelievable - and often, unfortunately, fake! But how can you tell? Tips from the DW fact check team.
Posts on social media had claimed that Oleksandra Zelenska, the daughter of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, called her father a "Nazi" and "fled" Ukraine. DW fact-checked the posts and found them to be bogus.
Manipulated photos, false statements, state propaganda and deepfake videos are all part of the war between Russia and Ukraine. We debunk some examples and show how to spot the deception.
Speaking at the Global Media Forum in Bonn, Nobel laureate Maria Ressa noted that lies, laced with anger and hate, spread faster than facts. "Rebuilding trust with truth is vital to combat the rise of fascism," she said.
A video shows a derailed train with tanks and military equipment. Allegedly a Russian arms delivery for the Ukraine war. However, our fact check shows that the clip has nothing to do with the current war.
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