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Logically→ Video of protests outside former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s London home predate Imran Khan’s arrest
Logically→ Old photos used to falsely claim former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan was ‘tortured,’ ‘killed’ after his arrest
Logically→ No, actor Akshay Kumar has not condemned former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s arrest
Logically→ The Swedish Minister for Migration’s claims on immigrant benefit statistics are misleading
Logically→ No, Chelsea Clinton didn’t say children in the U.S. should be administered mRNA vaccines forcefully
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Photo Of Shirtless Person In Jockstrap Is NOT Traceable To UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak
Does a photo that has been circulating online since November 2022 show British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak flashing his bare chest and wearing nothing but a white lab coat and a jockstrap? No, that's not true: This photo cannot be traced b
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Is Israel banning Christianity? No, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to block bill
Israel is banning Christianity.
Logically→ Delhi education minister Atishi did not ‘expose’ the poor maintenance of primary schools run by AAP government
Logically→ mRNA vaccines are not administered into the food supply or livestock
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Biden Did NOT Snub UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak When He Arrived In Belfast On April 11, 2023
Did President Joe Biden "push away" or snub U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak when Biden arrived in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on April 11, 2023? No, that's not true: The video in this post has been digitally edited. It was shortened to see
The Dispatch→ Fact Check: Joe Biden Did Not Ignore British Prime Minister Upon Arrival In Belfast
President Joe Biden in the Oval Office of the White House Friday. (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images) A condensed video clip is circulating online of President Joe Biden appearing to ignore or to fail to recognize British Prime Mi
Logically→ 2022 video of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath resurfaces after encounter of gangster’s son
Logically→ Former U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss called India ‘a nation that naively follows illiterate leaders and spiritual gurus.’
Full Fact→ Newspapers and health minister understate junior doctors’ pay demand
Junior doctors are asking for a pay rise of about 35%—not 26%, which is how much their union says their pay has fallen by since 2008-9.
Logically→ Video shows India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman meeting her father.
The video was taken when Sitharaman visited Varanasi and met K. V. Krishnan, great-nephew of the famous poet Subramania Bharati, and not her father.
Logically→ A video shows British people shouting ‘shame on you’ outside the BBC offices in London for its documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The video is from an anti-vaccine protest held in London on January 21 and has no connection with the BBC documentary.
Logically→ Video shows Pakistan’s foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari dancing to the song ‘Besharam Rang.’
The man seen dancing to the Hindi song in the video is not Bilawal Bhutto Zardari but Mehroz Baig, a student at Iqra University, Karachi.
Logically→ BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia said Modi becoming prime minister is an insult to democracy.
An edited version of BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhaita's comment during a news show has been shared with misleading claims.
Logically→ Statsminister Ulf Kristersson tillåter utplacering av kärnvapen i Sverige under fredstid, i samband med NATO:s anbud.
Påståendet är baserat på en felöversättning. Ulf Kristersson sa motsatsen: Det finns inte några skäl till att placera kärnvapen i Sverige under fredst
Logically→ The video shows people celebrating New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s resignation.
The video of people celebrating after watching NZ PM Jacinda Ardern's resignation announcement has been digitally manipulated.
Logically→ Haiti has one of the lowest COVID-19 death rates despite administering zero vaccine doses.
More than 500,000 vaccines have been administered in Haiti. An article from before the vaccine roll-out is being shared without context.
Logically→ Prime Minister Narendra Modi was spotted with China’s President Xi Jinping after India-China clashes at Arunachal Pradesh in December 2022.
A 2014 image of Jinping and Modi on a traditional swing on the Sabarmati Riverfront in Ahmedabad has circulated with a false narrative.
Logically→ Brazil’s former prime minister Jair Bolsonaro spotted with U.S. military officials on January 2, 2023.
Image from Jair Bolsonaro's March 2020 visit to U.S. Southern Command was falsely shared as a recent visit after his election loss in 2022.
Full Fact→ Health minister’s claims on nurse pay fact checked
Maria Caulfield MP made a number of claims about how much nurse pay increases would cost during multiple media appearances.
Logically→ Primary aged children are dying of strep because of nasal spray vaccines administered for the flu in the U.K.
Nasal sprays for the flu are safe to administer to children and are not connected to strep. The claim stems from an anti-vaccine narrative.
Full Fact→ No published data to support minister’s claim about migrants saying they’re under 18
Robert Jenrick’s claim that up to 20% of adult men arriving at an asylum processing centre say they’re under 18 has prompted new questions about the Home Office’s use of statistics.
Logically→ A Malaysian doctor was executed under the Nuremberg code for administering a COVID-19 vaccine.
No Malaysian doctor was killed for administering a COVID-19 vaccine. The claim stems from an anti-vaccine narrative.
Logically→ The WEF installed Rishi Sunak as the U.K. prime minister to push their globalist agenda.
Rishi Sunak's appointment as U.K. prime minister was legitimate. The WEF did not install him in the position.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Did NOT Perform Hindu Ceremony Outside 10 Downing Street Before Assuming Office
Does a social-media video of Rishi Sunak lighting candles on a doorstep show the United Kingdom's new prime minister performing a Hindu ceremony before assuming office? No, that's not true: This video dates from November 12, 2020, and can
Logically→ Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is deliberately targeting farmers to create food shortage and control people.
Rutte's government is attempting radical changes in farming practices to cut nitrogen emissions. He is not deliberately targeting farmers.
Logically→ Prime Minister Rishi Sunak suspended Ukraine’s aid due to the United Kingdom’s financial crisis.
Sunak's quote about cutting public spending was about the current financial crisis in the U.K., not about the country's aid to Ukraine.
Logically→ An image shows Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier met the Morbi bridge contractor.
This is an image of Prime Minister Modi meeting Gujarat Minister of Agriculture Raghavji Patel, not the Morbi bridge contractor.
Logically→ Rishi Sunak worshiped a cow after being appointed as prime minister of the U.K.
The viral video is from August when Sunak performed a cow-worship ritual during his campaign to win the Conservative Party leadership.
Logically→ Rishi Sunak visited the Hare Krishna temple in the U.K. after being elected the prime minister.
Logically→ Rishi Sunak lit diyas at the entrance of the Prime Minister’s office in London after being elected.
Logically→ U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has African and Pakistani origins, not Indian.
Rishi Sunak was born in the U.K., and his paternal grandparents were from Gujranwala, which was part of India before the partition.
Logically→ Rishi Sunak said India needs a Prime Minister like Manmohan Singh to save the economy.
Newly-appointed PM of the U.K Rishi Sunak has not made such a statement about Manmohan Singh. The quote has been misattributed to Sunak.
Logically→ U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has admitted to being a cocaine addict.
Sunak spoke about his addiction to Coca-Cola and not cocaine. A small clip from his interview to students as been shared with a misleading narrative.
Logically→ Former U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss will receive an allowance of £115,000 per year following her resignation.
While Truss will be allowed to claim up to £115,000 per year, these funds are not for personal use.