Russian media “put” President Vladimir Putin in an empty chair, surrounded by world leaders at the G20 summit.
In the TV series “Putin” by Oliver Stone, the Russian president showed the director a video, where, in his words, “the work of our aviation” in Syria was recorded.
According to Moldovan MPs, disinformation and propaganda from foreign channels dominates in the country, and it jeopardizes the security of the Republic of Moldova.
Speaking at a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron called the Russia Today TV channel and the Sputnik news agency “agents of influence and propaganda”.
The Russian Ministry of Defense published pictures of jet fighters over Red Square on their official Twitter, writing that they were flying during the Victory Day parade.
North Korean propagandists released another video, simulating a strike at the USA. This time they ‘attacked’ the U.S. fleet off the coast of the Korean peninsula.
Not a single Russian federal TV channel interrupted its scheduled program to report on anti-corruption protest rallies that took place in Moscow and dozens of cities across the country, which involved thousands of people, and ended up with mass detentions…
Spokesman of the political movement ‘En Marche!’ led by presidential candidate of France Emmanuel Macron accused Russian media Russia Today and Sputnik of interfering in the course of the presidential election campaign.
British journalist of The Times and The Sunday Times, Max Tucker received a call from Russian state-owned TV channel Russia 24 with an offer to participate in a propaganda scheme. He recorded the call and published it on SoundCloud.
U.S. intelligence issued a report on Russia’s intervention in presidential election in the United States.