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Ukraine stages ‘fake bloody inhabitants’ following Russian missile strike in Kyiv?

By France24
23 October 2022   |   12:19 pm
Pro-Russian accounts claim that Ukrainian "propaganda" and mainstream Western media are showing fake victims, following a Russian missile strike in Kyiv on October 10. AP and Reuters reporters on the scene were able to confirm that the civilians in the viral posts are real victims of the war in Ukraine. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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