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Russian propaganda usurps RFI and French Ministry of Arms website

By France24
02 April 2024   |   10:41 am
Russian disinformation has created a fraudulent RFI report, insinuating that "Ukrainian soldiers sent for tuberculosis treatment in France" are responsible for France's recent rebound in the disease. Meanwhile, French authorities just took down a fake French arms government website, inviting French citizens to enlist in Ukraine. We explain in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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