An older footage of the Afghanistan president boarding a plane is falsely captioned that it depicted him fleeing the country on August 15.
The video showing men dancing with guns is from a wedding in Pakistan held in 2020.
A 2015 video from Syria is falsely captioned as Taliban militants shooting a woman dead in Afghanistan in 2021.
An old video of Syrian rebels capturing the city of Idlib in March 2015 is falsely claimed to be of the current situation in Afghanistan.
A video on Facebook, seen thousands of times, claims that signing a birth certificate and registering a birth means a child has been signed over to the state and creates a “fictitious legal entity”. The video goes on to claim that the
A genuine video of people being executed in 2013 was re-shared as if it were related to summer 2021 events in Afghanistan.
Does a Facebook video show President Joe Biden crying and leaving a press briefing, only to come back and ask former President Donald Trump to return? No, that's not true: the video is clickbait and shows footage of a Pentagon press brief
This article links to footage that is potentially distressing. A video with a misleading caption claiming to show the Taliban throwing people from a plane in Afghanistan has been seen more than 50,000 times on Instagram. The distressing footage actuall
From a pooping worm to a birthing water flea, the videos offer an up-close-and-personal look at our world.
REVIEW On 13 August 2021, the Facebook page “America First With Dr. Sebastian Gorka” published a video of nurse Nicole Whitley, who made several claims about ivermectin, COVID-19 vaccine safety, and the COVID-19 PCR tests. Sebastian Gork
Does this video show a Taliban killing in Afghanistan in the summer of 2021? No, that's not true: This footage of the public execution of a woman accused of adultery was identified in 2015 as having been carried out by Nusra Front jihadis
Were images of a crashed helicopter and destroyed homes taken less than 24 hours after the Taliban took control of Kabul, Afghanistan's capital city? No, that's not true: The images are stills of multiplayer maps from the video game Call
The heroic exploits of two Latvian firefighters gained prominence online in August 2021.
The dog’s owner said he was changing his pet's name from “Pretty” to “Legend.”
Does this video show graphene oxide? Does it show something that is happening inside people after they have had a COVID-19 vaccine and does this purportedly demonstrate why magnets and metal objects stick to people? No, that's not true: T
The Taliban entered Kabul in mid-August 2021, as foreign powers departed.
The video was recorded at the Upper Falls at Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
YouTube suspended U.S. Sen. Rand Paul for seven days and removed a video posted by the Kentucky Republican that claimed cloth masks don't prevent infection, saying it violated policies on COVID-19 misinformation.
A TikTok comedian appeared to confuse a number of commenters after making a humorous video.
SciCheck Digest In a viral video, an Indiana physician baselessly claimed that the COVID-19 vaccines, which have been shown to be safe and effective, “fight the virus wrong and let the virus become worse than it would with native infection.”
After Mike Lindell's appearance on the April 28, 2021, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" show, Lead Stories published a story titled "Attention Mike Lindell: What You May Want To Know About The 'Data' Used In Your Stolen Election Claims" that traced s
The same TikTok user who posted the viral video later said that no one was hurt in the incident.
San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore admitted on August 10 2021 that no medical professionals were involved in the making of a heavily-criticized video his department has claimed showed a deputy “overdosing” on fentanyl. According to the San
Does a blurry video posted to Mike Lindell's Frankspeech.com show internally consistent evidence of election fraud? No, that's not true: the (clearer) screenshot that serves as the thumbnail image for the video shows identical data for Pe
In a video (archived here) published on Frankspeech on July 24, 2021 titled "Mike Lindell Releases First Packet Captures Ahead Of August 10, 11 and 12 Cyber Symposium", Mike Lindell showed a snippet of video claiming it showed packet capt
Our latest video with Univision Noticias addresses baseless claims made by an Irish professor about the long-term effects of the mRNA vaccines. The mRNA vaccines authorized for use in the U.S. against COVID-19 represent a new vaccine platform, but the
A public safety video released by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department in California was quickly called into question online — but not by local news organizations, some of which shared it without mentioning that medical groups have des
The abandoned Disney World ride had a dark history that included the tragic deaths of two workers in unrelated incidents.
It apparently looked more complicated than it was.
The abandoned diner, which in the TikTok video appeared to simply be themed on the 1950s era, likely closed in the 1980s or 1990s.
The video features a strange, funnel cloud-shaped column of smoke.
The 1908 Summer Olympics were held in London.
For more than a year, viewers were puzzled by a "downright creepy" woman who appeared in a video on the ThriftSchool YouTube channel.
Does a video posted on Facebook prove that former President Donald Trump is still commander in chief? No, that's not true: Although the video makes the claim in its headline, nothing in the video substantiates the claim. The claim appeare
A video shared on Facebook claims to show an Uber driver throwing a disrespectful passenger into a fountain in Manhattan. The incident was a prank by actors Zeeshan Ali, who played the passenger, and Daniel Jean, who played the driver. The two ha
Does this video compilation show amazing superhuman feats of punching speed? No, that's not true: These creative videos show a variety of post-production effects that can be achieved with digital tools, notably masking, using a video edit
"SUPRISE!" the 22-year-old rapper wrote on TikTok.
A spoof video shared on a comedian’s Twitter page has journeyed from joke to scandal as some people sharing and seeing it online appear to believe it’s authentic. It’s not. But here’s the premise: an NBC producer is caught on a hot mic saying: