The image of her in a Spitfire’s cockpit has been edited.
The photograph seems to originate on Twitter. The person who first shared it has confirmed that it does not show Boris Johnson.
Prime Minister Modi did not try to click a photo with the camera lens on. The image shared on social media is digitally altered,
There is plenty of evidence the disease and the virus that causes it are real.
Is this picture an accurate depiction of former President Donald Trump? No, that's not true: This picture has been widened to make it look as if Trump has gained weight. The true picture, credited to Getty Images, is not as wide and featu
A picture of the sky does not show “unnatural” cloud formations but rather a long-standing natural phenomenon known as “mackerel sky”.
Legend has it that, upon arriving in North America, the Pilgrims stepped off the Mayflower onto the large boulder that now sits in a place of prominence on the Plymouth, […] The post Plymouth Rock pictures don’t prove sea levels are the same as
Images of Plymouth Rock prove sea levels are not rising.
Once again, the Republican National Committee snips a clip, leaving the context out.
Does an image of a Russian passport shared on social media in spring 2022 prove that Ukrainian President Volodymir Zelenskyy is a secret Russian citizen? No, that's not true. Analysis of similar images shows that forged passport scans are
Does a picture of a grieving girl hugging a tombstone stem from the 2022 Russia-Ukraine conflict? No, that's not true. The photograph first appeared on a Georgian-language website in January 2019. The original image contained a Georgian-l
The picture has been circulating online since at least 2016.
He did not wear a t-shirt that used a swear word to describe members of the Conservative party.
Are these two pictures showing part of the Keystone Pipeline and a lithium mine? No, that's not true: Reverse image searching leads to results that establish that the top picture in this Facebook post is of part of the Alaska Pipeline, an
Does a picture show "pallets of formula" in Mexico, proving that there is only a shortage of baby formula in the United States because "the Biden Administration wants us to suffer"? No, that's not true: Not only does the picture not show
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has refuted the rumors about changes to its existing currency notes.
Pictures purporting to show private jets parked up at the “Davos 2022 Climate Change conference” have been shared hundreds of times on Twitter, as well as Facebook. There are several problems with this claim. First of all, the pictures in t
A Facebook post which claims that a number of long white lines of vapour in the sky are “chemtrails” is inaccurate. The post includes a photograph with the caption “I've got a beautiful feeling those are chemtrails not clouds in my wa
An online advertisement claimed to show a picture of film actor Julia Roberts as she posed for a camera with her daughter, Hazel Moder.
A photo on Facebook claims to show the Kerid volcanic crater lake in Iceland. But the picture has been edited. The lake is real, but doesn’t actually look like a giant eye with colouring resembling a pupil and iris. Genuine photos show the lake i
More than 400 Ukrainians civilians were massacred in Bucha by the Russian military, regardless of whether one building still had windows.
The strangely moving photograph was shared on social media in April 2022.
A photo shows students in Lviv celebrating Adolf Hitler’s birthday.
A widely shared post on Facebook claims to show images of Ferrero chocolate eggs that are part of a product recall “for traces of salmonella and maggots”. In fact, the eggs in the picture are not affected by a product recall. The manufactur
The original photo is from a 2010 Nazi rally in Knoxville. The background image is a digital overlay, depicting Trump as Christ.
The image was taken in 2013 after a blast in a market in Peshawar, Pakistan. It is not related to the suicide bombing that occurred on March 4, 2022.
A post on Facebook falsely claims that a set of two pictures of Russian president Vladimir Putin—one in which he is seen holding a pin to a balloon in Ukrainian colours, and another which shows him exploding—were created by the elusive stre
The image of an old man hugging his cat was taken in 2018 in Turkey, after the cat was rescued from a house fire.
On March 9 2022, an Imgur user shared a screenshot of a tweet, which contained a photograph with remarkably artistic qualities: This is not a renaissance painting. This is a picture someone in Poland took of the window of a train from Lviv… pic
The picture of Klitschko is from 2021. It does not show the mayor fighting on the frontline.
A number of posts on Facebook shared earlier this month falsely claim to show a major road in the Netherlands clogged with tractors “yesterday”. Some of the pictures include references to the current road blockades caused by “freedom
Future presidents have been pictured with elected presidents before, but this story takes that concept to another level.
Does an app called "Talking Angela" ask kids personal questions and take pictures of their faces? No, that's not true: This claim is resurfacing after having been debunked as far back as 2014. The app-based uses an animated cat to mimic t
Does this meme paint an accurate picture of the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines? No, that's not true: Although what we know about the virus and the vaccines has changed over time, scientists and public health experts continue to say th
Did Josephine Myrtle Corbin have four legs, raise a family and die at 60? Yes, most of these facts about her in a post are fairly accurate -- she was a real person who lived from 1868 to 1928 and she died just a week before her 60th birth
... But the real, original photo is arguably even better.
Does the claim that one in 100 vaccinated individuals were admitted to the hospital or died with heart issues tell the whole story? No, that's not true: The claim is based on a study that concluded the absolute risk of myocarditis -- infl
The figure-eight path of the sun in a viral image is real, but there are a few aspects of the photograph worth clarifying.
On December 7 2021, a Facebook user shared a post purportedly depicting “48 pictures of the sun”: The post appeared to be a screenshot of an earlier post with text added to the image. It did not include any contextual information like the
Following the emergence of a picture of Boris Johnson appearing to host a Christmas quiz from Downing Street last year, some have suggested that it also shows a security camera in the room covered by a bin bag. The photo seems to have been taken in the