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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Greek journalists call for new 'fake news' law to be withdrawn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.
Big Tech is still failing to tackle COVID-19 misinformation - report
Avaaz found 240 pieces of fact-checked misinformation about COVID-19 that was spreading on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Youtube. This content had reportedly been liked, shared, and commented on more than 2.8 million times.
Online campaign to 'discredit' jailed journalist Roman Protasevich
Social media posts claim Protasevich has ties with neo-Nazi groups. They have been dismissed as an attempt to discredit him.
EU slams Russia and China for Western vaccines disinformation campaign
Moscow and Beijing's vaccine diplomacy includes "disinformation and manipulation efforts to undermine trust in Western-made vaccines," according to an EU report.
Lockdown easing plan circulating on WhatsApp in Portugal is "false"
Portugal's government says there is "no truth" to the document, which has been shared widely on social media.
Facebook curb content shared by Myanmar military online
Facebook has pledged to reduce the distribution of all content on Facebook pages and profiles run by the Myanmar Military “Tatmadaw”, as well as accounts linked to the armed forces spokesperson Brigadier-General Zaw Min Tun.
Rudy Giuliani sued for defamation over Dominion claims
American voting machines manufacturer Dominion has sued Rudy Giuliani for defamation over alleged false claims made during the 2020 United States Presidential election.
From vaccine creation to trepidation: France's struggle with anti-vaxxers
France has one of western Europe's highest rates of distrust in modern-day vaccines. On Unreported Europe we take a look at why, what anti-vaxxers have to say and what can bring sceptics rounds.
How did conspiracy theorists react to Joe Biden's inauguration?
Supporters of the baseless QAnon theory believed that Donald Trump would remain US President to fight against supposed enemies in the "deep state".
COVID vaccines: Hesitancy, conspiracy theories and misinformation
In this special edition of The Cube we dive into the difference between legitimate vaccine hesitancy and the anti-vaccine movement.
Spain divides opinion with strategy to combat online disinformation
But media organisations and opposition political parties say the strategy could violate freedom of expression.
Debunked: Dead voters’ ballots not evidence of major election fraud
Social media users have falsely claimed that US citizens cast extra votes using the identities of dead people in key swing states. Experts have told Euronews that there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.
How US election misinformation has led to real-world tensions
False claims online surrounding the US presidential election have led protestors to the streets and harassment of polling station officials.
Debunked: Nevada did not stop counting ballots overnight
Nevada did not stop counting ballots overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday but instead stopped posting updates of the count.
Pennsylvania becomes hub of US election misinformation
Unfounded claims had alleged that "illegal electioneering" had taken place at many polling booths across the crucial swing state.
False video of Joe Biden circulates days before election
A false video of Joe Biden has been altered to make it seem like the Democrat candidate greeted Florida, instead of Minnesota at a rally on Friday.
Fact-check: Did Kamala Harris illegally campaign near polling station?
An investigation by The Cube has found no evidence that the Democratic vice presidential nominee broke Ohio county rules during an appearance near a polling station.
Brussels exhibition showcases forgeries and fakes throughout history
The role of fakes and forgeries throughout history is the focus of a new exhibition in the Belgian capital Brussels.
Twitter's temporary tweak of retweet function causes confusion
Twitter has changed the way you retweet in the lead-up to #USElection2020. But some people have been confused about the change.
YouTube bans conspiracy theories that justify real-world violence
YouTube becomes the latest social media platform to take action against QAnon and other conspiracy theories, prohibiting content that targets users and has been used to justify real-world violence.