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Local people did not recognise their city in TV report showing Putin’s visit to Omsk in Siberia.

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A group of pro-Kremlin hackers has released fake documents claiming that U.S. secret services are helping Kyiv poison water supplies in eastern Ukraine.

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Bots and Russian trolls are behind many of the messages about vaccination published on social media, according to a new study by researchers at George Washington University.

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Figure of the Week: 46

As many as 46 percent of Russians “know nothing” about the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, according to a new survey.

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Russian hackers were likely behind a series of crippling cyberattacks against at least nine Swedish media outlets in 2016, according to a newly released U.S. State Department cable.

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Figure of the Week: 32

On 31 July Facebook announced that they had removed 32 pages and accounts from their platforms for “coordinated and inauthentic behaviour.”

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