This is not the first old video of a building collapsing in Casablanca that we have seen mislabelled as Morocco earthquake damage.
A community note on Twitter incorrectly claims a viral video of the aftermath of riots in France shows an unrelated incident in Paris from before the unrest began.
Does this video show high-rise buildings in Turkey falling after the deadly February 6, 2023, earthquake? No, that's not true: The footage was originally posted on TikTok on January 3, 2023, more than a month before the 7.8 magnitude eart
This video shows what appears to be a controlled demolition in Saudi Arabia.
Outdated videos of buildings collapsing have been shared falsely, claiming to show visuals from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
A video of Rafael Nadal experiencing leg muscle cramps at a press conference in 2011 has been incorrectly linked to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Guitar icon Carlos Santana collapsed on stage during a show and was rushed to a hospital, later blaming the episode on forgetting to eat or drink water.
The video showing a bridge collapsing is not from the recent Assam floods but from flash floods that hit Eastern Indonesia in April 2021.
The video in question is related to the Vizag gas leak in 2020. It is not linked to COVID-19.
A spokesperson for the World Health Organization said that fainting in this manner from coronavirus would be "atypical."
A horrifying video shows one arm of the pendulum-style ride breaking off and falling.
The video shows a building collapsing in Casablanca three years ago.
SciCheck Digest A video repeating the claim that COVID-19 vaccines are responsible for the sudden onset of various visible ailments — such as fainting and facial paralysis — is making the rounds, again. But, just like the other, similar
Does a social media post listing "1,884 Athlete Cardiac Arrests" and 1,310 deaths between January 2021 and July 2023 prove a connection between these mishaps and the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: While the ultimate source of the
Is a social media post featuring an audio recording of President Joe Biden talking about the banks collapsing real? No, that's not true: Experts in digital forensics and deepfakes told Lead Stories that the recording is not authentic. The
REVIEW On 15 December 2022, Princess Bajrakitiyabha of the Thai royal family collapsed into a coma and no news of her health has been shared since then. In January 2023, retired microbiologist Sucharit Bhakdi claimed in an interview posted on Rumbl
A video showing people collapsing claims to show deaths due to 5G activating ingredients injected into them.
“Putin JUST SHUTDOWN All Oil To The US, Collapsing The US Economy!”
Video shows people collapsing because of COVID-19 vaccines.
SciCheck Digest Thai officials attributed the collapse of the king’s eldest daughter in December to a bacterial infection, not to COVID-19 vaccination, as some have baselessly claimed online. Rumors about the country banning Pfizer’s vaccines a
Does video footage posted on social media show a tall apartment building in southern Turkey collapsing from the 7.8 magnitude earthquake on February 6, 2023? No, that's not true: This footage is not recent and is not from Turkey. It shows
Did football player Damar Hamlin die on the field in early January 2023 and is the NFL covering it up? No, that's not true: Hamlin, a safety for the Buffalo Bills, did collapse in a game against the Cincinnati Bengals but was revived by m
Video shows people collapsing because of COVID-19 vaccines.
Does a collection of video clips show people "dropping suddenly" because of the COVID vaccine? No, that's not true: Almost all of the clips in a post making that implication predate the vaccine, meaning there is no way the people seen stu
Quick Take Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest Jan. 2 on the football field after being hit in the chest during a tackle. Hamlin was discharged from the hospital on Jan. 11 and has made several public appearances since then.
Does a photo showing hospitalized Buffalo Bills football player Damar Hamlin without a clearly visible heart monitor prove that he did not undergo cardiac arrest during a January 2, 2023, football game? No, that's not true: A visible hear
Does an article listing 1,616 "athlete collapses and deaths" between January 2021 and December 2022 prove a connection between these mishaps and the COVID-19 vaccine? No, that's not true: While the article documents scores of "athletes" w
SciCheck Digest What appear to be ordinary postmortem blood clots are held up in a viral online video as supposed evidence that there’s a depopulation plot underway using COVID-19 vaccination to kill people. There’s no evidence for this theory.
REVIEW On 21 November 2022, a pseudo-documentary titled “Died Suddenly”, co-produced by radio host Stew Peters, premiered on Twitter and the video sharing platform Rumble. Through a series of interviews, the film, which is approximately one hour
On November 22 2022, posts and tweets suddenly began to reference a new issue of a purported newspaper (the Irish Light), and its ominous-sounding “Died Suddenly” cover: The Died Suddenly edition of the Irish light is out now. pic.twitte
Does the "Died Suddenly" movie trailer demonstrate that COVID-19 vaccinations cause widespread sudden death or severe medical events? No, that's not true: The trailer recycles previously debunked claims that the vaccine is lethal. To supp
Did a video circulating on social media depict the collapse of an orphanage in Kyiv after a Russian drone attack on October 10, 2022? No, that's not true. The video in a claim does not show an orphanage collapsing in Kyiv. The footage sho
A day after Hurricane Fiona made landfall on Puerto Rico on September 18 2022, several video clips of storm floods washing a bridge away were shared on Reddit. A post to r/AbruptChaos showed the sudden collapse of a bridge in hurricane floodwaters: