Latest debunked fakes from this source
Fake: A recent poll carried out by France’s Le Figaro newspaper has indicated that at least 72 percent of respondents want Syrian President Bashar Assad to remain in
The result of the “poll” cannot be generalized since it was a “Friday online poll” by Le Figaro, which was not representative of the French public. For example, by way of contrast in a survey of 1,103 French people carried out by pollster BVA, 55 percent said they would support French action in Syria compared to 64 percent who were against in 2013. http://reut.rs/1SvGhU6
Fake: The migration crisis diverts attention from “American invasion” of the Baltic states and Poland
Although new NATO outposts will be or already was established in Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria, those will host only a few dozen military personnel. For the alliance, the new outposts are meant to establish a NATO presence without violating its 1997 promise not to permanently station troops on Russia’s borders. http://on.wsj.com/1OccNa0
Hungarian-language Russian propaganda portal with .ru domain and US-based IP address.
Russian producer of fakes on Ukraine and Russia.
2018-10-19 14:38:44Poland blocks cargo transports from Ukraine to Europe
Poland is not allowing Ukrainian cargo transports through its territory.
Russian propaganda internet project owned by the state agency Russia Today.
2018-10-31 00:20:56Majority of Ukrainians do not believe Ukrainian authorities’ statements about Russian aggression
2018-10-02 14:33:43Ukraine planned to sell missile complexes to the main sponsor of ISIS
This Week's Trend: CyberBerkut: Ukraine planned to sell missile complexes to the main sponsor of ISIS.