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When authoritarians don't like reality, they just create their own. Sometimes that works for Donald Trump. Let's see if it works for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus propaganda from Russia, China, and Iran are beginning to mimic each other, State Department report says
The state report viewed by Politico warns that the three countries are using the COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to spread anti-US messaging.
Dozens of Facebook pages linked to Russian and Iranian propaganda efforts were shuttered in the company’s latest effort to combat misinformation...
Facebook just removed dozens of accounts for what it calls, "coordinated inauthentic behavior on behalf of a government or foreign actor."
Russian state media mocked Trump by calling him ‘our Donald Ivanovych’ and complained US politicians had lost their minds over attempts to...
Hosts and pundits on Russian state TV are said to mock US president Donald Trump as servile to Russian interests while opposing his impeachment.
Members of the Islamic State have reportedly posted propaganda videos on TikTok of fighters and young women, which have since been deleted.
Putin had a forest photoshoot in Siberia for his birthday, and it’s the most majestic propaganda you’ll see today
Vladimir Putin spent the weekend before his 67th birthday wandering through the Siberian mountains, picking mushrooms and flowers.
Facebook and Twitter say they’ve detected a Chinese propaganda campaign targeting Hong Kong protesters
Mass protests in Hong Kong have been ongoing for weeks over human rights concerns, and the Chinese government has been running a covert social media propaganda campaign to try and undermine the Hong Kong protests.
‘If the perpetrator wants to fight, we will beat him out of his wits’: Song about ongoing trade war with the US goes viral in China
The musical score was written by retired Chinese official Zhao Liangtian, and it was posted in a group on the popular Chinese messaging app WeChat.
North Korean media praised the "extraordinary" and "successful" summit, and didn't mention that it ended early.
Apple just launched a ‘fact-based’ election feature in Apple News with coverage from Fox News and The Washington Post
"When the loudest, most extreme voices dominate the conversation, we can't hear each other," Apple News' editor-in-chief, Lauren Kern, wrote in an introductory note. "At Apple News, we want to help fix that."