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Bakhmut: Facebook posts falsely claim that a Ukrainian military base was destroyed by Russian army


A pro-Russian account on Facebook shares a video that purports to show the destruction of a Ukrainian firing base at the hands of the Russian army; the video actually illustrates the exact opposite. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake. 

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