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Euronews explores claims spread online that Ukrainian refugees were invited to stay at a former Nazi concentration camp in Germany.
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Conspiracists have baselessly accused the French government of artificially driving up prices amid a global shortage.
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An ad for a local trailer company in Krasnoyarsk has caused confusion online following controversial comments from Russian politicians about Alaska.
Misleading video claims Dutch farmers attacked undercover police
A video massively shared on social media claims that angry Dutch demonstrators attacked undercover police officers during protests over emission cuts.
Was Sánchez sidelined? Debunking Madrid NATO summit disinformation
As the NATO summit in Spain comes to an end, a lot of misinformation has spread on social media surrounding the event. Euronews fact-checked some of these claims.
Doctored headline wrongly says 500m refugees about to arrive in Europe
A fake headline attributed to the New York Post has been circulating on social media claiming that 500 million refugees from Africa will soon be arriving in Europe.
Social media posts claim food plant fires are an attempt to starve US
Numerous posts on social media have falsely claimed that there is an increase in fires at food factories in order to create shortages in the United States.
Misleading document says majority of Mariupol population is pro-Russia
A "top secret" document supposedly written by the Azov Battalion states that over 70% of Mariupol's population is loyal to Moscow.
EU strengthens its code of practice to tackle online disinformation
EU leaders have been concerned about disinformation flourishing online during the COVID-19 pandemic and Russian propaganda amid the war in Ukraine.
Online posts falsely claim Trump gold card provides free food and gas
Multiple channels on Telegram have been falsely promoting the new gold Trump card as a guarantee for free food, electricity and even fuel.
Post falsely claims there are no school shootings in Israel
After calls for stricter gun control have sprung in the US, misleading posts have been circulating comparing gun ownership in Israel to America.
Fake video claims Ukrainian refugees set fire to a house in Germany
A video shared thousands of times on social media falsely accuses Ukrainian refugees for having set fire to a house in Germany while attempting to burn the Russian flag.
Meet the doctor fighting fake news about monkeypox on TikTok
A US-based paediatrician has been fighting medical misinformation about monkeypox on social media.
100 days of war: How Russian state media are covering Ukraine invasion
Over the past three months, Russian state TV has switched its narrative from praising its troops in Ukraine to discrediting Western sanctions.
Russia makes first conviction for 'fake news' over Ukraine posts
Pyotr Mylnikov was fined 1 million rubles (€15,000). A video clip circulated online purporting to show him 'confessing' to fostering 'a negative attitude' about the war.
EU anti-fake news agency starts debunking in Chinese
MEPs have meanwhile called for the bloc to adopt specific sanctions for cases of foreign interference and disinformation campaigns.
Fact-check: Viral video does not prove Bucha killings were staged
Russian state media broadcast the video, falsely claiming it was proof that the Bucha killings were staged.
Deepfake video shows Zelenskyy's false call for Ukraine to surrender
The manipulated video appears to show Ukraine's President calling on citizens to lay down arms.
Debunking the most viral misinformation about Russia's war in Ukraine
Euronews looks at some of the misleading claims that are still being shared online since the start of Russia's invasion.
Ukraine disinformation is spreading. Here’s what you can do to stop it
Disinformation has always been a feature of war. But in an age of unverifiable information being shared on social media, it can be hard to combat.
There is no investigation into UK COVID-19 vaccines, police say
The Metropolitan police stated that it will not be taking any action on complaints from anti-vaccine protesters in the UK.
Debunked: COVID-19 vaccines do not create variants of HIV/AIDS
False claims have suggested a link between Coronavirus jabs and the new HIV variant that emerged in the Netherlands.
Fact check: UK police are not investigating COVID-19 vaccine programme
A number of videos have shown anti-vax protesters handing out fake legal documents to medical workers and other professionals claiming that vaccines are an alleged threat to public health.
COVID vaccine misinformation violates human rights, says Pope Francis
Pope Francis has condemned the spread of fake news about coronavirus jabs and the pandemic.
YouTube urged to take 'effective' action against misinformation
More than 80 media groups and NGOs have signed an open letter to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.
Greek journalists call for new 'fake news' law to be withdrawn
A Greek journalists' union says the new legal amendment could endanger the right to press freedom and needs to be rewritten.