Latest debunked fakes from this source
Fake: The US admits that the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun might have been done by the terrorists
Recurring disinformation around the Khan Sheikhoun chemical attack. The articles refer to the Department of State Syria travel warning [https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/alertswarnings/syria-travel-warning.html] that states: Tactics of ISIS, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (dominated by al-Qa’ida affiliate Jabhat al-Nusrah, a designated Foreign Terrorist Organization) and other violent extremist groups include the use of suicide bombers, kidnapping, small and heavy arms, improvised explosive devices, and chemical weapons. They have targeted major city centers, road checkpoints, border crossings, government buildings, shopping areas, and open spaces, in Damascus, Aleppo, Hamah, Dara, Homs, Idlib, and Dayr al-Zawr provinces. The travel warning doesn't link the Khan Sheikhoun chemical attack and the use of chemical weapons by Jabhat al-Nusrah. Further debunking by the Insider [https://theins.ru/antifake/75899].
The only "proof" in the article is quote by Grigory Melamedov, researcher for Institute of Oriental Studies, a political scientist and journalist "I believe there are proofs for this, and anyone can imagine them at any moment"
Fake: There are no ground forces in Syria and Russian soldiers are not carrying out a ground operation
According to a Russian army map, there is at least an artillery unit in central Syria: http://reut.rs/1Yi96Fx
Fake: NATO needs the image of Russia as a major adversary in order to return to the centre of global affairs
Since the end of the Cold War, NATO has introduced sweeping changes to its membership and working practices – changes made clear by its adoption of new Strategic Concepts in 1999 and 2010. Accusations that NATO has retained its Cold War purpose ignore the reality of those changes. Over the same period, NATO reached out to Russia with a series of partnership initiatives, culminating in the foundation of the NATO-Russia Council in 2002. No other country has such a privileged relationship with NATO. As stated by NATO heads of state and government at the Wales Summit in September 2014, "the Alliance does not seek confrontation and poses no threat to Russia. But we cannot and will not compromise on the principles on which our Alliance and security in Europe and North America rest" (http://bit.ly/1RZsFzv).
According to the Socialblade.com, as of August 31, 2017, Russia Today (RT) had 2,091,661,439 video views on YouTube. It ranks number 388 on video views. BBC has 4,088,457,605 views that gives it 140th place on video view rank. https://socialblade.com/youtube/user/russiatoday All the different Russia Today's channels on YouTube have altogether 4,65 billion views, whereas BBC 7,3 billion views. Further debunking: http://theins.ru/antifake/69974
To note that this view is contradicted by the statements of Russian soldiers themselves: http://bit.ly/1PE4OXA // http://bit.ly/1T3tJ5t // http://bit.ly/1QSqpLa
OSCE daily reports recorded a number of ceasefire violations, however, they mostly do not ascribe them to either side: http://bit.ly/1Z6rUYN // Ukraine Crisis Media Centre ascribe most of the violations to the separatist forces: http://bit.ly/1SkeLao
In reality, Russia destroyed grain storage facilities: http://bit.ly/1ln7ah6 // Grain storage facilities in Russia look nearly identical to the ones destroyed in Syria: http://bit.ly/1Qa6R5V
The same disinformation was shared by https://www.newcoldwar.org/german-foreign-minister-slammed-over-nazi-era-ukrainian-nationalist-slogan-u-s-mulls-increasing-weapons-supply/. “Slava Ukraini” is not a Nazi slogan, it appeared before WWII and was used by different fighters for independence http://www.stopfake.org/en/fake-glory-to-ukraine-is-a-nazi-greeting/. It became popular again in Ukraine after the 2013-2014 Maidan protests. http://www.stopfake.org/en/fake-glory-to-ukraine-is-a-nazi-greeting/. Furthermore, anything Ukranian is described in pro-Kremlin outlets as Nazi. https://euvsdisinfo.eu/the-nazi-obsession-of-pro-kremlin-propagandists/
RT is a Russian international television propaganda network funded by the Russian government.
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.