Figure of the Week: 40 000

Figure of the Week: 40 000

Bad news for fans of Johnny Depp: the Hollywood star is not selling private dates to female admirers as claimed in Russian media.

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Thief Cries, Catch the Thief!

Thief Cries, Catch the Thief!

A crucial part of Russian propaganda is also deception game about serious counter-disinformation activities and faking the concern about “fake news”.

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The Burrito Theft Theory

The Burrito Theft Theory

What happens when you transfer Russian disinformation tactics from the world of geopolitics to an everyday life conflict between two roommates?

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Figure of the Week: 0

Figure of the Week: 0

The downing of flight MH17 has been one of the most lied-about events in recent years, and new revelations blaming Russia for the tragedy have triggered a flurry of fresh disinformation stories from Moscow.

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Figure of the Week: 120

Figure of the Week: 120

Ukraine is building a 120-kilometre waterway to cut off Crimea from mainland Ukraine. At least, that’s what pro-Kremlin media would have us believe.

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Figure of the Week: 57

Figure of the Week: 57

Russian authorities and state media have spared no effort to deny Moscow’s involvement in the MH17 tragedy. Since the airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine almost four years ago, killing everyone on board, as many as 57 cases of pro-Russian disinformation have been catalogued by EUvsDisinfo.

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