By: Maida Salkanović When the Sarajevo-based citizens’ association Why Not received a lawsuit suing them for the content of one of their articles, it caused
Russia’s attack on Ukraine, which violated international law and launched destabilization processes with unforeseeable consequences, was preceded by numerous disinformation and propaganda campaigns launched with the aim of justifying aggression against a sovereign state.
Last year alone, five daily newspapers – Kurir, Alo, Informer, Srpski telegraf (Serbian telegraph) and Vecernje novosti published a total of 1,172 false, unfounded and manipulative news on their front pages.
Original article (in Serbian) was published on 17/11/2023; Author: Milica Ljubičić A German doctor who advertises a miraculous supplement that solves joint problems and
Original article (in Croatian) was published on 06/11/2023; Author: Ivan Nekić Nine deceptive advertisements, claiming to sell luggage for just 2.95 euros, were shared
Propaganda narrative: Organ trafficking is not widespread in Ukraine, and Coca-Cola is not involved in it
Original article (in BCS) was published on 20/10/2023; Author: Mladen Lakić In the articles of several web portals, as well as in posts
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