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War in Ukraine: Disinformation about the invasion abounds on social media

By France24
03 March 2022   |   7:17 am
Many posts on social media claiming to pertain to the current conflict in Ukraine are in fact videos and photos different events in other regions that happened several years ago. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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