: StopFake English Digest: Most discussed false news of the week debunked
Society13:03 Mar. 21, 2016
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StopFake English Digest: Most discussed false news of the week debunked

Tymoshenko planning a coup, new law curtails freedom of assembly, civil servants forced to wear vyshyvankas and other fake stories in Monday report

Ukraine Today continues broadcasting video digests produced by the Ukrainian fact-checking project 'Stopfake.org'

The Stopfake team presents and debunks some of the recent bogus stories and false news concerning Ukraine. 

Watch the previous digest here

The StopFake team uncovered the following fake news published this week: former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is planning a coup; a new law curtails freedom of assembly; civil servants forced to wear traditional Ukrainian clothes against their will; and pawnshops proliferating Ukraine as the country plunges into poverty.

To keep up-to-date with exposed fakes, visit StopFake's website or Youtube English or Russian channel. You can also watch video digests on Ukraine Today.

 

 

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