As global COVID-19 vaccination programmes get into the full swing, information regarding any shortcomings…..
As Debunk EU researchers explain, in February 2021, disinformation targeting NATO maintained stable levels with minor fluctuations
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A year after the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world is trying to fight the new coronavirus Sars-CoV-2 with the most powerful tool made available by science: vaccines.
Analysis of the disinformation flow in January 2021 indicated that false and misleading articles about NATO
‘Prior the launch of Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant (BelNPP) in Astravets, voices from international community have expressed their concerns…
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As seen in Debunk EU’s latest analysis, despite the focus of the media mostly falling on the COVID-19 pandemic, NATO remains one of the main topics discussed by Kremlin-related media.
The continuous introduction of strict anti-COVID measures have spurred yet another wave of disinformation.