The video in question, which manipulates an extract from one of our French-language news bulletins by using artificial intelligence to simulate the presenter's voice, falsely claims that French President Emmanuel Macron postponed a trip to Ukraine over fears of a plot to assassinate him there.
A viral video supposedly shows an extract from one of FRANCE 24's news bulletins on its French-language channel. In it, the presenter announces that French President Emmanuel Macron has postponed his trip to Ukraine, because the French secret services had intercepted an assassination attempt against him. But the news is false, and the video a deepfake, as Emerald Maxwell explains.
“It is a bittersweet feeling because we know this film represents a huge tragedy for humanity, for Ukrainians it's a huge loss of lives,” Chernov said in an interview. “All we can do is try to make sure this tragedy is not going to be forgotten.
Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja this week examines the race to become the next Nigeria Senate President and Speaker House of Assembly. The multi-award-winning journalist with The Guardian Nigeria asks: 10th National Assembly: Who is on Nigeria's side?
After much excitement and controversy, USA Today has hired its first-ever Taylor Swift reporter. The Gannett-owned publication announced Monday that Bryan West, an award-winning journalist, began working on the Swift beat from the chain's the Tennessean, based near Nashville.
'And here is the thing, since the inception of the administration of the capital, Nyesom Wike would be the very first Minister of the Capital of the Federation from the southern part of the country'. Martin Oloja this week talks about 'The significance of Wike's appointment Part 2'.
'And here is the thing, since the inception of the administration of the capital, Nyesom Wike would be the very first Minister of the Capital of the Federation from the southern part of the country'. Martin Oloja this week talks about 'The significance of Wike's appointment'.
A journalist was allegedly groped by a man in Spain as she was live on air for a broadcaster, sparking outrage among people. Isa Balado was reporting a robbery in Madrid when a man passing by her appeared to touch her bottom in an incident that was recorded on camera.
27 Aug 2023
It is expected that our current political leaders and those who are asking why the new cartel of emerging market leaders called BRICs…didn’t invite Nigeria to join the elite club in South Africa last week, are also following what is happening to the former President of the United States, Donald Trump. And here is why on Inside Stuff this week by Martin Oloja.
13 Aug 2023
'Our leaders can afford to recruit even media executives to do even dirty jobs for them. They can pay hack writers to publish what they would like to read. They now pay dubious ‘media entrepreneurs’ to monitor adversarial reports about them'. On Inside Stuff with Martins Oloja, the multi-award-winning journalist and Editor-in-Chief of The Guardian this week, talks about how leaders recruit the media to monitor editorials on their activities.
2 Jul 2023
Cameroonian journalist and whistleblower Paul Chouta was abducted and left for dead by unknown attackers in March 2022. His colleague Martinez Zogo was killed under similar circumstances in 2023. Today, Chouta is determined to seek justice for both himself and his friend.
24 Jun 2023
As women's participation continues to move higher up in the ascendancy of Nigerian sports. Only a few can argue it is time for Nigerian sportswomen to get more credits and more recognition from fans and administrators alike. Driving this conversation was the crux of this year's edition of a ladies and sports conference, pioneered by a former female sports journalist and team.