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Fake news is clouding the real stories around the Ukrainian crisis - here's how to spot it

News organizations are calling out fake footage and compiling lists of dubious social media claims about the conflict. Image: Unsplash/Jorge Franganillo

T.J. Thomson

Senior Lecturer in Visual Communication & Media , Queensland University of Technology

Daniel Angus

Professor of Digital Communication, Queensland University of Technology

Paula Dootson

Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology

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