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The man in this video is an actor, but no it does not mean the Ukraine war is being staged.

By France24
24 October 2022   |   4:46 am
Since the start of the Ukraine war, there have been repeated false claims on social media that the entire conflict is being staged. France 24’s fact-checking team debunk the latest example: two videos that show a man in Ukrainian army uniform being filmed, as he appears to act out a scene on the battlefield.

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