The latest edition of StopFake News with Jim Kovpak. This week’s fakes include Russian claims that the US and Canada are ending military cooperation with Ukraine; Russia’s man in the UN says no one in the Security Council supports Ukraine and how about those 700 tanks in occupied eastern Ukraine… where did they come from?
The latest edition of StopFake News with Christi Anne Hofland. This week’s fakes include claims that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is advocating lifting Russia sanctions; a new “Caliphate” will be built for Crimean Tatars in Kherson province and Kyiv to kill stray dogs in the capital before Eurovision.
One piece from the documentary by Michael Andersen about the political role of football ultras and players in Ukraine. In this connection, they were filming and interviewing Roman Zozulya a lot – and therefore decided to publish a little film explaining the good work he does and that he is of course NOT a ‘nazi’ (debunking in some detail Putin’s propaganda).
The latest edition of StopFake News with Cynthia Sularz. This week’s fakes include renewed accusations of neo-Nazism against Ukrainian footballer Roman Zozulya, claims that Russian separatists regained control of a town they never actually held and what is really causing Kyiv’s winter haze?
The latest edition of StopFake News with Nina Jankowicz. This week’s fakes include Ukraine‘s New Holiday – Day of the Avenger, Kyiv’s new language law will completely ban Russian, Ukrainian naval ships freeze in Odessa harbor, Goebbels’ diaries show growing Nazism in Ukraine.
The latest edition of StopFake News with Ben Cohen. This week’s fakes include Russia media claims that Ukrainian MPs are either criminals or crazy, yet another fake secession story, a UN approved Russian seizure of Ukraine and more.
The latest edition of StopFake News with Paul Niland. This week’s fakes include Russia media claims that US Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson named conditions for the recognizing Crimea as Russian territory, Ukraine’s gas consumption doubles claims TASS, Thai tank order, to be or not to be and the thousands of anti-NATO German protests.
The latest edition of StopFake News with Marko Suprun. This week fake videos are used to illustrate renewed fighting in Russian separatist occupied Eastern Ukraine; to quote Mark Twain, the death of the Ukrainian currency is “greatly exaggerated” and Oliver Stone jumps on the Russian disinformation bandwagon about Ukraine with his new film “Ukraine on Fire”.
The latest edition of StopFake News with Romeo Kokriatski. Among the disinformation debunked this week: unhappy with Ukraine, Washington looks to replace President Poroshenko, Ukrainian army tank crushes civilian car with three passengers, kraine’s Foreign Ministry accuses the EU of betrayal, and, from the you can’t make this up category, a “slut” café opens in Lviv’s historic center.
The latest edition of StopFake News with Kyiv Post chief editor Brian Bonner. Among the disinformation debunked this week are claims about Eurovision 2017 moving to Moscow because of Ukraine’s lack of financing for the song contest, disqualification of Ukraine’s national football team because of fan behavior and accusations of Ukraine violating Russia’s airspace.