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The Dispatch→ Leaders Focused on Russia, China at G7 Summit
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz arriving for the family photo at the
Logically→ 2022 video falsely claimed as footage of Russian troops surrendering during a Ukrainian counter-offensive in 2023
Washington Post→ The truth about Russia, Trump and the 2016 election
Confused by yet another report on the Trump-Russia connection? Here's a guide to the key findings of four major reports.
The Dispatch→ The Growing Threat of Cyber Cooperation Between Russia and Iran
Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) leaders' summit in Samarkand on September 15, 2022. (Photo by Alexandr Demyanchuk / SPUTNIK / AFP/Get
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show Russian Attack On Ukraine’s Ternopil on May 13, 2023
Does a viral video show a Russian attack on the Ukrainian city of Ternopil during the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest? No, that's not true: The same footage first appeared online four months before, where it was used by Russian state-control
Logically→ An old photo of an oil refinery on fire is being misattributed to a recent blaze at a Russian factory
Logically→ A statement by EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell was taken out of context by the Russian Embassy in London
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: This Video Does NOT Show Ukraine Being Hit By Nuclear Weapon — It’s The Aftermath Of A Russian Missile Attack
Does a video posted on social media in early May 2023 show Ukraine being struck by a nuclear weapon? No, that's not true: Although the video does show the aftermath of a reported Russian missile attack in Ukraine, there is no evidence tha
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Sweden Did NOT Attack Russia With ‘Surprise Air Strike’ On May 3, 2023
Did Sweden launch a "surprise air strike" against Russia on May 3, 2023? No, that's not true: The claim comes from a clickbait video and is not supported by any other credible sources. The story originated from a post on Facebook on May 3
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Putin didn’t ‘shut down’ all Russian oil to the U.S. It’s already banned
“Putin JUST SHUTDOWN All Oil To The US, Collapsing The US Economy!”
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Russian Missile Strike ‘Killed 200 NATO Generals, Including At Least 20 Or 30 High-Ranking American Officers’
Does a TV interview with international affairs analyst Gilbert Doctorow prove that a Russian hypersonic missile "killed 200 NATO generals, including at least 20 or 30 high-ranking American officers"? No, that's not true: Doctorow doesn't
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Russia Was NOT ‘Reconnected Back To SWIFT’ On April 22, 2023
Did sanctioned Russian banks regain their access to the international system of cross-border money transfers in April 2023? No, that's not true: No such decision was made by the European Union or the United States, as of this writing. The
Logically→ There is no evidence that ‘seven Ukrainians are being killed for every Russian’
Logically→ 2013 video of church fire in Russia falsely circulated as a church burnt down in Ukraine.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Video Does NOT Show Russian Fighter Jet Intercepting US Navy Aircraft On April 10, 2023
Does this video show a Russian fighter jet intercept a U.S. Navy aircraft and order it to leave on April 10, 2023? No, that's not true: This event shown in the video did not happen on April 10, 2023, but on July 7, 2021. The source of the
AllSides→ Does Video Show Russia’s Ministry of Defense on Fire?
https://www.newsweek.com/fact-check-does-video-show-russia-ministry-defense-fire-1793073 Russia is stil
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Photo Does NOT Show Russian ‘Retaliation Strike’ On Secret NATO Bunker
Does a social media photo show the aftermath of Russian bombing of a NATO "secret underground bunker," possibly in Ukraine? No, that's not true: The image is a screenshot from a March 2021 video showing the aftermath of explosions at an o
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Detention photos of Brittney Griner in Russia aren’t new and they weren’t ‘leaked’
“Brittney Griner’s shocking detention photos leaked online.”
Poynter→ As the fact-checking world battles Russian falsehoods, Chinese misinformation often gets a pass
This op-ed was published in commemoration of International Fact-Checking Day, held April 2 each year to recognize the work of fact-checkers worldwide. The Russo-Ukrainian War that erupted in February 2022 prompted […] The post As the fact-checki
Logically→ This image does not show a recent Russian attack on a NATO base; it was taken in Syria in 2021
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Russian Missile Strikes On Ukraine In March 2023 NOT A Hoax
Does a social media video prove that reported Russian missile strikes on Ukraine didn't take place or were staged? No, that's not true: The video, which alternates between images of Independence Square in the capital Kyiv and BBC televisi
Logically→ A photo from the ‘Russia-Africa in a Multipolar World’ conference shows Putin with government representatives from 40 African countries.
The Dispatch→ Exotic Fish and Russian Missiles
(The remains of a bombed apartment in Kramatorsk, March 14. Credit: Bennett Murray.)A small aquarium brings a bit of normalcy to those living near the frontlines. Continue reading Exotic Fish and Russian Missiles »
AllSides→ Posts Spread Unfounded Claims About Russia’s Use of COVID-19 Vaccines
PolitiFact→ Viral image – Russian posters showing Biden direct people to U.S. Embassy, not ‘dementia care facilities’
“Russian dementia care facilities are using Biden on their poster.”
Logically→ President Vladimir Putin has ordered the destruction of all COVID-19 vaccines in Russia.
FactCheck.org→ Posts Spread Unfounded Claims About Russia’s Use of COVID-19 Vaccines
SciCheck Digest Russia developed a COVID-19 vaccine, Sputnik V, in 2020. President Vladimir Putin has said he received three doses of the vaccine, and the government continues to urge Russians to get vaccinated against the disease. But social media
PolitiFact→ Bloggers – No, Vladimir Putin didn’t order COVID-19 vaccines to be destroyed in Russia
Vladimir Putin “orders destruction of all COVID-19 vaccines in Russia.”
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: NO Evidence Putin ‘Ordered The Destruction Of All Covid-19 Vaccine Stockpiles On Russian Soil’
Did Russian President Vladimir Putin order the destruction of all COVID-19 vaccine supplies in Russia? No, that's not true. The claim originated from a website known for spreading false claims, and no other independent credible source has
Logically→ Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked the U.S. to send young Americans to fight the war against Russia in Ukraine.
Logically→ A photo of a Kyiv residential building damaged in February 2022 by a Russian missile strike, and repaired a year later, proves the war is fake.
The Dispatch→ The China-Russia Partnership Holds Steadfast
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping pose for a photograph during their meeting in Beijing, on February 4, 2022. (Photo by Alexei Druzhinin / Sputnik / AFP via Getty Images)American officials say Beijing will face consequen
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine NOT First Time 100,000 Troops Invaded Another Country Since World War II
Was Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the first time 100,000 troops had invaded another country since World War II? No, that's not true: There are many examples of military forces totaling more than 100,000 inv
Truth or Fiction?→ Ukraine Marks One-Year Anniversary of Russia’s Invasion
Weaponized disinformation campaigns and more conventional attacks on February 24 2023 marked the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine; amid retrospectives and updates, a popular Imgur post featured a video and commentary attribute
PolitiFact→ One year into Russia’s war in Ukraine: A look at U.S. aid, and why the U.S. is involved
One year into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, polls show that a rising number of Americans — though well short of a majority — are tiring of U.S. support for Ukraine. How much are we spending? And why are we doing it? We provide some answers.
Logically→ Video shows drone strike by Ukraine army on Russian soldiers.
The video is not from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war and has been available on the internet since 2020.
FactCheck.org→ Posts Misinterpret Zelensky Quote on ‘Preventive Actions’ Against Russia
Quick Take Responding to a question on what NATO could do to deter Russia’s nuclear threat, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said NATO and its allies should use “preventive actions” against Russia. But the Kremlin and social media p
Washington Post→ The Hunter Biden laptop and claims of ‘Russian disinfo’
The letter signed by more than 50 former intelligence officials about the laptop was carefully worded to say much less than is often claimed.
Logically→ Russian President Vladimir Putin destroyed an adrenochrome lab in Ukraine.
Putin or Russian forces did not destroy a Ukrainian adrenochrome lab. The claim originated from a story published by the parody website Real Raw News.