“There have not been, there are no and will not be any programmes in Iceland financing marriages with Icelandic residents with subsequent acquisition of citizenship”.
Online disinformation and manipulation targeted elections in at least 18 countries over the past year, according to a new study.
Was it a Jewish “ritual killing” when the last Russian Tsar and his family were murdered? Pro-Kremlin disinformation says yes.
This week, we saw a continuation of the trend from two weeks ago: polishing Russia’s soviet era history. Whereas last time we saw the Russian MFA incorrectly giving credit to Soviet soldiers for saving Bulgarian Jews, this week we saw further extreme historical “creativity”.
The United Kingdom has earmarked over €110 million to fight disinformation in Eastern Partnership countries.
The official outlet of Russia’s Ministry of Defence distorts facts to prove Putin’s alleged popularity in the UK.