Original article (in Serbian) was published on 11/03/2022 “The strong economic consequences of the war are already visible across the continent”, claims today’s print edition of Informer. On the front page of this paper, it is announced that “shortages of essential food items are evident in the EU”, while “the market in Serbia is stable, […]
Original article (in Serbian) was published on 19/02/202 The website Ekspres vesti recently published an article entitled “The truth hurts: 96% of Omicron cases in Germany have been fully vaccinated”. The text states that “in Germany, fully vaccinated people, even those who received the so-called ‘booster dose’, are predominantly infected with the Omicron variant of […]
On a daily basis, fact-checking newsrooms joined in the SeeCheck network of fact-checking websites from Southeast Europe (Raskrinkavanje.ba, Raskrinkavanje.me, Raskrikavanje.rs, Razkrinkavanje.si, Faktograf.hr and Fakenews.rs) monitor and verify information that appears in the media, on social networks, and through officials’ statements. After the escalation of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict and the beginning of the war in Ukraine, […]
Fact-checking redakcije koje čine SeeCheck mrežu portala za provjeru činjenica iz jugoistočne evrope (Raskrinkavanje.ba, Raskrinkavanje.me, Raskrikavanje.rs, Razkrinkavanje.si, Faktograf.hr i Fakenews.rs) svakodnevno prate i provjeravaju informacije koje se pojavljuju u medijima, na društvenim mrežama, te kroz izjave zvaničnika/ca. Nakon eskalacije ukrajinsko-ruskog sukoba i početka rata u Ukrajini, pokrenuli smo ovaj blog gdje možete čitati dnevno ažuriran […]
In recent weeks, the media, tabloids, numerous analysts and individuals on social networks have focused on the events in Ukraine. As tensions between Russia and Ukraine grow, so does the number of “predictions” about conflicts. According to some regional media and analysts, the war has started several times. If you read the headlines of some […]
“While we were all sleeping, the Covid-19 exposure application was installed on our phones, and it cannot be deleted”, states the text and video of the site called Fight for the truth.
The week befire last, Sasa Borojevic, an analyst known for spreading misinformation through social networks and other media, shared another suspicious post on his Facebook profile, which this time concerns the alleged connection between the diphtheria vaccine and children with leukemia.
At the beginning of the month, Informer published a story entitled “Serbs have a special gene” in its print edition.
VK profile user Branimir Nestorovic published a post on October 14 with the following content: “Babies whose kidneys were used to grow the virus for the Pfizer vaccine were delivered alive, and then KILLED to get tissue”.
Kurir, B92, Informer, Srbija danas, Pink, Blic, Novosti, 24 Sedam, Red Portal and Vesti reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin quoted Aleksandar Vucic on his Instagram profile.