Wanting to help the country fend off Russian aggression isn’t pie-eyed idealism.
Poland's foreign minister said the U.S. is "dysfunctional and unreliable" because it has not sent more aid to Ukraine.
Does a video show Dr. Oz being attacked on TV for promoting a supposed three-day diabetes cure? No, that's not true: The footage that purports to be of Dr. Mehmet Oz being beaten up on a TV set stage was a live broadcast of a Ukrainian jo
Did Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau say that Russia must win this war? Yes: Trudeau did misspeak at the end of a news conference in Poland. While speaking of how aid and military equipment would be supplied to Ukraine, he accidenta
There was an “attempt on Dr. Oz’s life” on TV over his diabetes cure.
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Does the U.S. need to provide continuous aid?
Wavering U.S. support leaves Ukraine undergunned in its conflict with Russia.
Amid suspended American aid and an emboldened enemy, Ukrainians see two options: victory or death.
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Figures circulating on social media aren’t all correct, and ignore the significant differences in the way pension schemes work in each country.
When international tensions spill over into space, it's not just satellites at risk.
Did France 24 report that French President Emmanuel Macron cancelled a visit to Ukraine over fears of an assassination attempt? No, that's not true: France 24 debunked the claim. The video purporting to show the network report the news is
“The Ukraine supplemental includes a hidden impeachment clause against President Trump.”
The editor of a right-wing website mischaracterized a statement he made about Russian disinformation and the border crisis.
Does a video clip shared by the official account of the State of Israel show 23,000 tons of tents and shelter equipment that were trucked into Gaza since the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7, 2023? No, that's not true: This is a stock
Photo shows Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s U.S. naturalization certificate.
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Did the European public broadcaster Euronews publish or air a report about French farmers attacking the Ukrainian embassy in Paris in early February 2024? No, that's not true: The video with the TV channel's logo couldn't be found on the
Can new leadership in the Ukrainian military help to turn the tides of war?
King Charles’ cancer diagnosis is linked to mRNA cancer therapy trial in U.K.
"Ukraine puts Tucker Carlson on a ‘hit list’ after an interview with Vladimir Putin.”
After Carlson announced on Tuesday that he was in Moscow to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin, some on social media used the image to claim Ukraine wants the former Fox News host dead.
Ben Shapiro posted that Tracy Chapman stole “the spotlight from Luke (Combs)” at the Grammys as part of “the woke war on straight white male success”
Does a social media post showing a group of maps with overlapping hotspots prove a connection between 5G coverage and the spread of COVID-19? No, that's not true: A similar data distribution of 5G coverage and high numbers of COVID-19 cas
Did "dozens of Ukrainians" apply to Russia's mission to the United Nations for help getting their children back from welfare agencies in the European Union? No, that's not true: Parents of such children, Russian officials and European Uni
A front page story in the Daily Telegraph incorrectly suggested the government’s defence spending target had already been met.
A bill to stem the tide of illegal immigration may pass the Senate, but its chances in the House look increasingly slim.
An article in the Daily Telegraph mistakenly claims that new projections estimate the UK’s population will increase by nearly 10% by mid-2026.
Some countries are looking at processing asylum claims in a third country but none have adopted the UK’s model which would stop asylum seekers being able to return to the UK to claim asylum.
While fighting continues in the third month of the Israel-Hamas war, some on social media are falsely claiming that Starbucks is selling the watermelon mug to mitigate damage caused by a boycott of the company over the conflict.
A viral post is wildly inaccurate.
Does a viral video show Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy dancing in a red suit? No, that's not true: The footage of a different person was altered to add Zelenskyy's face. The dance in question was performed by a man from the Russi
Does a social media photograph of a fiery explosion show evidence of U.S. and U.K. strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen in January 2024? No, that's not true: It's an old image. In reality, the photo shows an explosion in the Chinese ci
Sunset won’t happen after 7pm in the UK until the end of March.
Does a viral video portray Ukrainian soldiers in 2023 wearing "WW2 era German helmets"? No, that's not true: The footage shows a traditional reenactment event in Belgium. Nothing in the video links the men wearing historic uniforms to Ukr