When the Kremlin’s usual disinformation smokescreens don’t work anymore, the self-defence is to ridicule the sources of criticism.
Sometimes a misleading headline communicates something the author cannot provide evidence for but still desires to say.
Parody accounts on social media provide entertaining insight into how the disinformation machinery works.
Sometimes a statement can be both true and disinformation at the same time.
Things did not work out quite as planned when NTV’s story, like a boomerang, reached Danish audiences.
A Russian TV reporter with limited English skills sneaked into the Salisbury hospital where Sergei Skripal is being treated.