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15 Dec
Fashion giant Zara is facing a heavy backlash and calls for a boycott over its latest ad campaign that resembles the destruction in Gaza. Some users are sharing an unrelated video to this boycott, that they claim shows "American people throwing all their Zara clothes in front of the company". We tell you where this video really comes from in this edition of Truth or Fake.

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