Ukraine damage, abortion rights activists, Eid al-Fitr celebrations: Week in Photos

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  2. Fake: Russian soldiers raped, killed and hanged young Ukrainian women in the forest under a Beech tree. This is reported by The Guardian.

    True: @warfakes wrote several times that the Western media, covering the special operation in Ukraine, write texts with the maximum amount of bloody details in order to evoke strong emotions in their readers (thus blocking rational analysis of the situation).

    At the same time, the media does not bother yourselves with ANY evidences: for example, the abovementioned material is written based on the words of Oksana Litvinenko (who has been living in Poland since 2003), who allegedly saw photos on the phone of another woman, whose name is not called… (where are those photos then?!) Those photos allegedly depicted fourteen-year-old girls hanging from trees, naked and "torn". The photos were provided by the grandson of a seventy-year-old woman – a soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Subsequently, she told the activist that she had passed these photos to the competent authorities in Ukraine. However, neither in the article, nor from the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs, any photo evidence is given. By all standards of journalism, such a topic should not be accepted as an argument for writing an article.

    Find out Oksana Litvinenko's Facebook page (oxana.lytvynenko.5) (the social network is recognized as extremist in Russia). It's clear that she actively supports the nationalist Azov battalion (recognized as extremist organization in US, RF, some other countries).

    Refer her page (oxana-lytvynenko) on the website of the Second Civil Rights Congress, it is evident that since 2016 she has been working exclusively in feminist-migrant organizations that exist at the expense of foreign "donors". Earlier, she had already participated in anti-Russian actions, for example, in a strike near the Russian embassy in Poland.

    Among the subscriptions, Litvinenko has an adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, Alexey Arestovich, who has been repeatedly seen spreading fakes. For example, he "buried" the two hundredth motorized rifle brigade, which continues to perform combat missions, and also told that Ukrainians in Europe are "greeted like gods" (@warfakes proved that this is not so).

    @warfakes have already explained the nature of all the fakes about rape. There is a lot of terrifying information that can cause horror, anger and despair among readers, but NO ANY evidences and details: names of victims, data from doctors or pathologists, certificates from law enforcement agencies and any other information that can be checked.

    Earlier, fakes about Russian soldiers-rapists were thrown in by The Times, CNN, Daily Mirror and other Western media. It is noteworthy that the Daily Mirror attributed to the Russian military the real crime of the Azov nationalists, for example, a girl from Mariupol who was raped, killed and cut out a swastika on her stomach by the Azov militants, propagandists "moved" to Gostomel, accusing the Russian military of the crime.

    Read the real news – @mod_russia, @mod_russia_en, @mid_russia, @mfarussia, @rian_ru, @sledcom_press.

    Analysis of fakes here – @warfakes

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