The EUvsDisinfo database has been accumulating coronavirus-related disinformation cases for more than two months - it’s time to take a look and see what’s hiding in plain sight.
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Kremlin-controlled media have told about Russian flags replacing EU flags in Italy and the Russian anthem sounding in the streets. A BBC investigation now looks into the facts behind these stories.
Facebook and Instagram have removed a total of 203 accounts linked to Russia’s Internet Research Agency that were operating out of Ghana and Nigeria and targeted the United States.
The message from the Kremlin has been that there is no epidemic in Russia. But journalists challenge the authorities, exposing disinformation.
- EEAS SPECIAL REPORT UPDATE: Short Assessment of Narratives and Disinformation Around the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Coronavirus: BBC challenges Pro-Kremlin Reporting from Italy
- EEAS SPECIAL REPORT: Disinformation on the coronavirus – short assessment of the information environment
- Disinformation Can Kill
- Sputnik: Coronavirus Could be Designed to Kill Elderly Italians
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