A video shows wreckage of the recent plane crash in Nepal.
A video shows the deadly Jan. 15 plane crash in Nepal.
The Yeti Airlines air hostess uploaded the video in September 2022. It has no connection with the January 2023 crash in Nepal.
An image of a passenger plane crash in Kathmandu, Nepal from 2018 has been falsely linked to the 2023 Yeti airline crash in Pokhara.
A 2021 video of a Russian prototype military plane crash during a test flight in Moscow is falsely attributed to be the recent plane crash in Nepal.
Was this video taken just before the deadly Yeti Airlines plane crash in Nepal on January 15, 2023? No, that's not true: The post's video, showing a plane on fire and then crashing, is of a Russian military transport plane prototype that
An old image from the 2012 Sita Air plane crash has been shared by people claiming it is from the recent Yeti Airlines plane crash in January 2023.
A 2013 video from Afghanistan has been falsely shared as the recent 2023 plane crash in Pokhara, Nepal.
An image of the Air India Express crash of August 2020 is being falsely shown as the recent Nepal Tara Air crash.
An image of a 2021 chopper crash in India has been misattributed to the 2022 plane crash in Nepal.
A few people in Bihar are crossing over to Nepal to smuggle petrol into India because it's cheaper.
The Nepal government has instructed the Ministry of Education not to distribute textbook with a revised map, as it contains several factual errors.
Does a recent Facebook Reel accurately depict devastating damage from a 2023 plane crash? No, that's not true: This footage is from the set of director Steven Spielberg's 2005 movie "War of the Worlds." A twin-engine ATR 72 airplane crash
Does this video accurately show a plane crash or emergency? And might it even be live ? No, that's not true: This footage is not real. It is a computer-generated video from a popular video game named Grand Theft Auto V that is often used
Sanu Sherpa recently returned to Nepal after completing his second round of all 14 peaks over the height of 8,000 meters (26,240 feet).
A Facebook post claims that former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said football body FIFA “hates” Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo and is “corrupted”. The post, versions of which have been shared tens of thousand
Does this video unmask new-in-November-2021 evidence that Dr. Anthony Fauci helped mastermind the COVID-19 pandemic to bring humankind under government control? No, that's not true: The October, 2019 C-SPAN video has been the subject of c
Tilicho Lake, or Tilicho Tal, is nestled in the Himalayan mountains of Nepal.
Any foreigner (other than Pakistani or Bangladeshi) may take Indian currency not exceeding Rs 25,000 outside India, except to Nepal and Bhutan.
A long-rumored “second stimulus” check of $600 was announced on December 21 2020 and widely deemed to be paltry to the point of insulting; not long after that, a screengrab of a chart labeled “Stimulus Pork” began spreading on
China and Nepal agreed on a new standard height for Mount Everest, the rugged Himalayan peak that straddles their border.
A photo of a fighter jet in flames has been shared hundreds of times in multiple Facebook posts alongside a claim it shows an Indian military jet that was shot down after it flew into the airspace of neighbouring Nepal. The claim is false; the photo s
Can the drug Diamox, often used as treatment for high-altitude sickness, cure coronavirus? No, that's not true: COVID-19 cannot be cured using the same drug that is often used to treat high-altitude sickness. A viral video raked up more than 4
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Was 26-year old Abdullah al-Rashidi from Jizan in Saudi Arabia sentenced to 1,000 lashes for perfroming oral sex on a camel owned by his boss? No, that's not true: the story was made up by a Canadian entertainment website that makes a living
Arguing for a merit-based immigration system, President Donald Trump offered a muddled, inaccurate and unsubstantiated critique of a program that annually provides visas by lottery to qualified and screened applicants from countries with low immigratio