Whistleblower describes Russian ‘troll factory’
20 February 2018 | 11:50 am
As the US indicts Russians over meddling in the 2016 presidential election, Kremlin-backed internet propaganda is in the spotlight. DW spoke to a former 'troll'. She worked for a Russian body identified by US investigators as a factory for fake news.
Ahead of Chile's presidential run-off on Sunday, FRANCE 24's Cole Stangler takes a closer look at the country's economy and the contrasting visions of far-right candidate José Antonio Kast and left-wing contender Gabriel Boric.
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Iraq's top court has ratified the results of its October election, rejecting a case brought by an ex-paramilitary alliance.
Weeks after removing Queen Elizabeth as head of state, Barbados is set for a general election. The country's ruling party currently has an overwhelming majority in parliament.
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