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Russian civil society continues to dismantle pro-Kremlin disinformation, using both laughter and journalistic investigations.
Last week, Facebook announced a new takedown of 122 user accounts, pages, groups, and Instagram profiles linked to Russian military intelligence.
The divisive situation caused by the opposing positions of the Government of Montenegro and the Serbian Orthodox Church on the newly adopted Law on Freedom of religion of Montenegro has been used by disinformation outlets in the region, resembling the practice already detected in Ukraine, Armenia and Georgia.
Conspiracy theories about the coronavirus, campaigns against Poland and the White Helmets dominate this week's yield of pro-Kremlin disinformation.
Russian state-controlled TV mixes coronavirus conspiracy theories with ambiguous debunks.
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