The viral video of black birds swarming a supermarket in Saudi is misleading. The original incident took place in 2016 at H-Mart, Carrollton, Texas.
The viral Whatsapp message we received included various claims about Italian doctors, deaths due to the novel Coronavirus being caused by a bacteria not a virus,...
Forest fires are indeed ravaging Uttarakhand, but some of the images being massively shared on social media are misleading.
An image which states that Qatar cancelled all Air India flights under Vande Bharat Mission is false.
A message claiming that COVID-19 experts Dr. Ansari & Dr. Limaye at Nanavati Hospital are giving four common treatments to all patients is fake.
We found video calling for Bill Gates' arrest in America to be fabricated and shared with misleading claims.
A tweet with three images and hashtag #PalestineWillBeFree claiming bombings & disruptions in Palestine currently is circulating with misplaced context.
Claim A Twitter user posted a video that shows people confronting a few women and throwing away the food. The user claimed that the people seen...
Video viral on social media claiming that US President Donald Trump has tested positive for coronavirus is misleading. The video has been edited to spread misinformation.
The video also includes dangerous advice for its viewers stating that wearing a mask and frequently washing your hands goes against building immunity.