On 1 April, people in many countries play practical jokes and spread hoaxes. But how do you celebrate when your daily job consists in tracing made-up stories and monitoring disinformation narratives?
Russian television is not about Russia.
Dmitry Kiselyov keeps living up to his reputation as one of the Kremlin’s most passionate propagandists.
Ahead of the Slovak presidential elections, 14 disinformation pages on Facebook shared pro-Kremlin narratives seeking to delegitimise the democratic process.
RT’s non-disclosure agreements exposed by Russian journalists.
“German Media Outlets Report on the ‘Renaissance’ of Russian Crimea,” RIA Novosti reported. But it was only one outlet. And it had only existed for two months.