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Fake images of Russian ‘mobile crematorium’ in Ukraine

By France24
20 April 2022   |   11:07 am
Various media in the UK and Belarus have used an image dating from 2013 to illustrate what is supposed to be a Russian mobile crematorium in Ukraine. The fake image lent credibility to official Ukrainian claims that Moscow was using such vehicles in a bid to hide the extent of massacres in the country. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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