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Video game clip falsely shared as NATO military convoy destroyed in Ukraine

By France24
29 October 2022   |   4:27 pm
A viral post on Facebook claims to show a convoy of NATO military advisors destroyed by Russian missiles. While many users believe that the images represent actual fighting, they were actually taken from a war video game series called Arma 3. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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