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What is the HAARP conspiracy theory?

By France24
13 November 2021   |   10:24 am
Some people believe that all the natural disasters that have occurred recently are linked to HAARP; antennas and weapons allegedly used by the US Army to control the climate. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake. Also, we look at a fake video from 2008, claiming to be anti-health pass protests in Italy. Plus: fake news, 1918-style, when the US celebrated Armistice Day four days prematurely.

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