The Kremlin-orchestrated referendums, which have been widely denounced by Ukraine and the West as shams without any legal force, are seen as a step toward annexing the territories by Russia.
“Chinese military convoy enters Ukraine from Russia.”
Photo shows fighting in Ukraine.
Does a video show a convoy of Chinese military vehicles crossing the Russian border into Ukraine in mid-September 2022? No, that's not true: There were no reports of Chinese military troops or vehicles in Ukraine when the claim was posted
President Joe Biden declared at the United Nations that Russia has “shamelessly violated the core tenets" of the U.N with its "brutal, needless war” in Ukraine.
Billionaire philanthropist George Soros is a regular bogeyman in online misinformation. We’ve debunked claims that he’s a Nazi who funded antifa and protests in Minneapolis, and that he was behind a news website in Missouri […] The post
George Soros’ Open Society Foundations has been active in promoting democracy in Ukraine for decades. In 2014, he spoke about those efforts on CNN.
Does a "newly leaked report" from the RAND Corporation, a U.S. think tank, reveal the "true motives behind European Destabilization & The Russia/Ukraine War"? No, that's not true: In an email to Lead Stories and a news release on its
Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy said that bodies unearthed at a new mass burial site in Ukraine included people who were tortured, some with broken limbs and ropes around their necks.
It was not yet clear if the Ukrainian blitz in the northeast after months of little discernible movement could signal a turning point in the nearly seven-month war.
Is North Korea sending troops to Ukraine to help the Kremlin's war efforts? No, that's not true: At the time of writing, Moscow appeared to be considering the idea of North Korean workers, not soldiers, working on reconstruction in Ukrain
As the war in Ukraine marked 200 days, the country has reclaimed broad swaths of the south and east in a long-anticipated counteroffensive that has dealt a heavy blow to Russia.
Daily updates from energy traders drop into their email inboxes, showing the asphyxiating upward climb of prices for the natural gas and electricity that power their energy-devouring business.
Russia “has not lost anything” in its invasion of Ukraine.
“The Russian army is withdrawing from Ukraine!” in September 2022
Did a Ukrainian wedding party pose in front of the blue-and-yellow flag of Ukraine and raise their hands in a "Nazi salute"? No, that's not true: The flag in the picture has been altered, and the original photo was taken at the base of a
Here, a professor and nuclear safety expert at the University of Southern California explained the risks of warfare taking place in and around nuclear power plants.
Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been engulfed by fighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops in recent weeks, fueling concerns of a nuclear catastrophe.
Britain's Defense Ministry says shelling continued in the district where the Zaporizhzhia power plant sits.
A digitally altered image of a billboard contains this message. There is no evidence that such a billboard was put up in the U.K.
A team from the U.N. nuclear agency has arrived at the site of Europe’s largest nuclear plant to inspect security conditions.
Did NATO's most lethal fighter jets arrive in Ukraine? No, that's not true: As a close NATO partner -- but not a member country -- in 2022 Ukraine received non-lethal defensive support in its battle against invading Russian forces, accord
A surge in fighting on the southern front line and a Ukrainian claim of new attacks on Russian positions fed speculation that a long-expected counteroffensive has started to try to turn the tide of the war.
The stakes couldn't be higher for the International Atomic Energy Agency experts who will visit the plant in a country where the 1986 Chernobyl disaster spewed radiation throughout the region.
There are no U.S. armed forces in Ukraine. The Pentagon ordered all U.S. troops in Ukraine to leave the country before the 2022 Russian invasion.
Did NATO send "10 thousand" troops to Ukraine? No, that's not true: There are no credible reports about that. Moreover, the social media posts that made this claim did not contain a single verifiable detail about the purported event. The
“US Army in Ukraine.”
Residents of Kyiv woke up to air raid sirens as Ukraine observed its Independence Day, which also marked exactly six months since the start of Russia's military invasion.
Did France 2 intentionally misinform its audiences about an incident in the war in Ukraine on August 10, 2022? No, that's not true: The French TV channel's report about a strike that hit buildings surrounding Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclea
Russian forces now control the city and there was a concert there in July. Footage shows destroyed buildings in the background.
Does a Facebook video show the Ukrainian navy destroying "13 Russian warships in the Black Sea"? No, that's not true: The clip recycles old unrelated footage of Russian -- not Ukrainian -- ships in action. More importantly, the video neve
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A dramatic video of a field on fire was actually taken thousands of miles from Ukraine.
Ukraine said Wednesday that nine Russian warplanes were destroyed in a deadly string of explosions at an air base in Crimea that appeared to be the result of a Ukrainian attack.
Is Russian President Vladimir Putin preparing to "flee Russia should he be defeated in Ukraine"? As of August 2, 2022, there is no publicly available evidence that such plans are in place. The post making that claim cites a Telegram chann
Vogue's cover story on Olena Zelenska was about her perspective of the war in Ukraine. The Russia-Ukraine war is going on since February.
Twin Facebook pages advertise themselves as providing newsy and up-to-the-minute coverage of Russia’s war in Ukraine. But on a given day, their followers might see videos claiming Norwegians raided Russian ships, Vladimir […] The post How Fac
Videos promising the latest news from Russia’s war in Ukraine are grabby, urgent and often false. Our deep dive into the habits of two Facebook pages shows how shadowy networks create sensational misinformation, recruiting a bankable following along
Next year’s Eurovision Song Contest will be staged in Britain, organizers announced, after concluding it is too risky to hold the much-loved pop extravaganza in the designated host country, Ukraine.