Fake #1: Photo Fake: Kyiv Residents Kneel before Biden During US Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Kyiv social networks and some pro-Russian websites posted a photo of people kneeling outside the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers building on Hrushevsky Street in Kyiv. The picture caption claimed that these were Kyiv residents “appealing to Biden to […]Read more "Top Russian Fakes of the Week about Ukraine"
Fake #1: Barack Obama Accuses Ukrainian Authorities of Genocide On September 23, Russia’n internet media posted false reports claiming that U.S. President Barack Obama had “accused Ukrainian authorities of the genocide of their own people” in a speech to a business roundtable. They cited CNN as their source. They quoted Barack Obama as saying: “With […]Read more "#StopFake Top Fakes of the Week about Ukraine"
Fake #1: Website of Russian channel Zvezda Falsifies Photo of Ukrainian Servicemen. A doctored photo of Ukrainian servicemen allegedly transporting stolen cattle was spread on Russian and separatist social networks and blogs. The photo initially appeared on June 20 on the website of the Russian channel Zvezda. It gave Svodki ot opolchenia Novorossii as the […]Read more "Top Fakes of the Week about Ukraine"