Iranian media report nearly 300 people have been killed and more than 1,000 sickened so far by ingesting methanol.
The video is from the Baku protests in Azerbaijan which took place in October 2019.
The visuals are actually from a TV series about a (fictional) deadly bird flu in Los Angeles that aired in 2007.
The video could be traced back to May 2019.
The video shows a digitally created structure and not a demon.
The video is from 2017 when Trump attended the inaugural prayer service after taking oath as the President.
The viral images differ from the actual bulletins in terms of formatting, content and language.
Here’s a quick round-up of all the WhatsApp forwards and fake tweets that misled the public this week.
Doctors say that there is no study to establish that the strain of the virus is less virulent in India.
WhatsApp will let Android users verify forwarded text messages to minimise spreading of misinformation.
From meat-eating to hugging and propagating myths on the novel coronavirus, TikTok has become a hotbed of fake news.
Department of Information and Public Relations, Government of J&K stated that the order in circulation is fake.
The image is from 2015 when Kanika Kapoor attended an event hosted by Prince Charles Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The image is from Surjani Town in Karachi, where cops were punishing lockdown violators in Pakistan.
The couple was spotted and clicked by an Associated Press (AP) photographer Emilio Morenatti nearly two weeks ago.
World News Daily Report produces articles that are ‘satirical’ and ‘fictional’ in nature.
It’s not a map that shows sound waves, rather it’s a heatwave map of India and dates back to June 2019.
Indian social media users appear to have fallen for a parody account. Here’s how we know.
The Indian Army has clarified that no quarantine facility has been set-up in Barmer.
The image shows FDA approved diagnosis kits which can be used to detect coronavirus infection.
The lady in the video is actually Tara Jane Langston, a 39-year-old mother diagnosed with pneumonia in west London.
The image is of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro who broke down at a thanksgiving service in December 2019.
It has been created using a template ‘Break you own news,’ and is not a part of any bulletin run by a media outlet.
The pictures of swans is from Burano, which is a small island in the Venice metropolitan area.
WHO confirmed to The Quint that the organisation has not put out any such information as heard in the audio clip.