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Logically→ A video shows Trump supporters protesting in New York amidst arrest rumors.
Logically→ A video shows an airplane accidentally releasing ‘chemtrails’ while stationary at an airport.
PolitiFact→ Joe Biden – Biden says expanded child tax credit sharply cut poverty for Black children; data shows he’s right
“We cut Black child poverty in half in 2021 because of the child tax credit.”
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Video shows Trump supporters demonstrating in 2020, not 2023
Video shows “Trump supporters lining up on Fifth Ave in Manhattan on Sunday.”
Logically→ Video shows cages in California intended to be used for humans in 15-minute cities.
Logically→ A video shows the aftermath of an earthquake in New Zealand’s Kermadec Islands on March 16, 2023.
PolitiFact→ Tweets – Did Kari Lake tweet that Donald Trump was ‘fat’ in 2016? Not that evidence shows
Kari Lake called Trump the “fattest president since Taft” in a 2016 tweet.
Logically→ This photo shows “something” coming down to earth from the sky in Turkey.
Logically→ Video shows a worker from Bihar who was stabbed to death in Tamil Nadu.
Lead Stories→ Fact Check: Caption NOT Correct: Video Shows NATO Equipment Being Shipped To US From Europe
Does the caption on a video on social media correctly state that the video shows NATO military equipment arriving in Europe? No, that's not true: These vehicles were preparing to leave Europe. The video shows U.S. Army vehicles from the 3
Logically→ A video shows a helicopter provided by NATO being shot down in Ukraine.
Logically→ A video clip shows crows behaving erratically ahead of the Tajikistan earthquake.
Logically→ A photo shows Nigerian politician Babatunde Fashola accessing INEC’s server, which contains election results.
Logically→ An image shows an article published by The Guardian about a tomato famine in the U.K.
Logically→ A video shows Nigerians protesting at INEC’s National Collation Centre in Abuja following the 2023 election.
Logically→ The video shows an earthquake that struck Hokkaido, Japan, on February 25, 2023.
Full Fact→ Photo of newborn ‘found in Swansea dumpster’ shows a baby found in London in 2019
South Wales Police confirmed it has no record of an incident described in a Facebook post involving an abandoned baby.
Logically→ Video shows an anti-Modi protest in London after an income tax raid on BBC’s India offices.
Logically→ The video shows a black cloud over East Palestine, Ohio, after a train carrying chemical materials derailed in the area.
This video of the black cloud was first uploaded on TikTok in November 2022. It predates the train derailment in Ohio and is unrelated to it.
Logically→ The video shows a child trying to console her baby brother in the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria.
The video is not from the February 6 earthquake and has been available online since November 2022.
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.
PolitiFact→ Facebook posts – Video shows building in Saudi Arabia, not collateral from the earthquake that rocked Turkey, Syria
Video shows “the earthquake in Turkey.”
Logically→ Video shows dogs and donkeys being slaughtered for meat in Pakistan amid rising hunger.
The video has no connection to Pakistan's economic crisis and food inflation, and shows a news channel's investigation into a slaughterhouse in 2014.
Logically→ Video shows Cyclone Gabrielle ripping off roofs of houses in New Zealand.
The video shows the impact of Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico's Ponce in 2022 and has no connection to Cyclone Gabrielle.
Logically→ A video shows thousands of fish dead on a shore after a train carrying chemicals derailed in Ohio.
Logically→ Video shows stormy weather during Cyclone Gabrielle in New Zealand.
The video of a "mini cyclone" in Port Macquarie, Australia, has been misattributed to Cyclone Gabrielle.
Logically→ The video shows a man helping a dog find her puppies in the rubble after the Turkey earthquake.
The viral video was captured in Rajasthan in 2019 when an NGO rescued puppies from a collapsed house and has been misattributed to the earthquake.
Logically→ A video shows the spherical fireworks display held at Kuravilangadu, Kerala on January 30, 2023.
A digitally created video of a virtual fireworks display has been misrepresented to claim that it was a real event from Kerala in January 2023.
Logically→ Video shows Turkish actor Burak Özçivit helping victims of the recent Turkey-Syria earthquake.
A clip from a Turkish web series was misinterpreted as an actor assisting rescue operations.
Logically→ The video shows a cat rescued from the rubble caused by the Turkey earthquake in February 2023.
A November 2022 video of people in Turkey flocking to rescue animals from a shelter where they were mistreated has been linked to the earthquakes.
Logically→ Video shows man exposing astronaut Neil Armstrong for the ‘fake’ moon landing.
Neil Armstrong's refusal to swear on the Bible is not evidence that the moon landing was faked.
Logically→ The video shows people demolishing a mosque in Pakistan to sell its iron and bricks for food.
The viral video shows people attacking an Ahmadi mosque in Pakistan's Karachi in an incident unrelated to the economic crisis in the country.
Logically→ Video shows an unidentified object flying over Arizona recently.
An old video circulating since at least 2010 has been wrongly linked to the recent spate of unidentified objects spotted in North American skies.
Logically→ This photo shows a senior citizen holding bread and crying in front of a damaged building after the February 6, Turkey earthquake.
An image from the aftermath of the 1999 Turkey earthquake has been falsely linked to the 2023 earthquake in Turkey and Syria.
PolitiFact→ Instagram posts – We know all about pants. Doctored image falsely shows Joe Biden wearing his backwards
“Joe Biden put his pants on backwards”
Logically→ Images shows rescue dogs searching for injured people under rubble after February 6 earthquake in Turkey.
Old stock photos of dogs from the Alamy website were falsely shared as rescue dogs in Turkey following the earthquake.
Logically→ Image shows the mosque attacked recently in a bomb blast in Pakistan’s Peshawar.
An image from a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan in 2021 has been falsely linked to the January 30 suicide bombing in Pakistan.
Logically→ This video shows cars on an overpass taken during the February 2023 earthquakes in Turkey.
A video captured during Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami has been misattributed to the recent earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria.
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.