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No, Ukraine does not really look like this from space

By France24
01 December 2022   |   10:13 am
A satellite photo of Europe being shared on social media appears to show a complete blackout in Ukraine. But the power outages, albeit extensive, are not total. The photo has been manipulated – we explain how in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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