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False claims that the Moskva Russian warship sank… before it sank

By France24
20 April 2022   |   5:03 am
Russia's main warship in the black sea, the Moskva, sunk off the coast of Ukraine last night. Before Russia's Defense Ministry acknowledged that this vessel sunk, many social media users claimed that the warship had already been hit by Ukrainian missiles. The images in the posts have nothing to do with the current war in Ukraine. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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