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Debunked: A claim that the UN accused Ukrainian forces of using 'human shields' is missing context
Debunked: No, The Journal did not report that monkeypox lives on toilets for 120 years
Debunked: Is it potentially dangerous to give dogs ice during high temperatures?
FactFind: How have other countries regulated Airbnb and what happened when they did?
Debunked: TikTok videos touting unproven and potentially dangerous 'herbal abortion' methods
Clips circulating on TikTok recently have suggested how women can terminate their own pregnancies, Brianna Parkins writes.
Many videos have cited the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade last month.
Medical experts have warned against using such methods because they are possibly dangerous and there is no evidence to support them.
Debunked: The pain from a kick in the testicles is not the same as giving birth to 160 children at once
FactCheck: Did Kellogg's announce a transgender cereal mascot?
FactCheck: Were refugees and asylum seekers segregated by race in a Dublin processing centre?
Arrivals to a Dublin centre were given different coloured wristbands depending on their race according to an activist group.
Wristbands determined access to beds with Ukrainian arrivals given beds while other asylum seekers slept on the floor, the group alleged.
The group, Abolish Direct Provision Campaign, called on Minister Roderic O'Gorman to resign.
The war on misinformation: What counts as a win?
Can people be 'inoculated' against false news?
Quiz: Can you identify this satellite image?
'I go to bed tired but I go to bed satisfied': Verifying war through a screen
FactCheck: Is this a photo of Dynamo Kyiv players armed in military gear?
Open Thread: How have you been affected by false information?
Are we winning the fight against misinformation?
Debunked: These are not celebrity reactions to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars
How Russia is using fake fact-checks to spread disinformation about Ukraine
Debunked: No, this is not an 8-year-old Ukrainian girl confronting a Russian soldier.
Man pronounced dead after collapsing at popular Sligo hiking spot
Debunked: No, these are not photos of the President and First Lady of Ukraine fighting on the front line
FactCheck: Is this footage of the famed Ghost of Kyiv?
Debunk: No, this isn't a photo of Meryl Streep after a director said she was 'too ugly' for a role
Disinformation, Ukraine and the war of words on social media
National Gallery 'regrets' removal of portraits but says Direct Provision operator will still run cafe
FactCheck: A claim that Covid -19 vaccines don’t stop transmission of the virus is misleading
Gallery workers express 'deep distress' on awarding of cafe contract to Direct Provision firm
Aramark, an American corporation, took over running the gallery's cafe on 14 February, Brianna Parkins writes.
Staff asked the gallery's board members earlier this month to reconsider Aramark's suitability for catering contract.
Company currently operates three Direct Provision centres for the State in Cork, Clare and Westmeath.
FactCheck: Was a Fine Gael junior minister right to say one in four SHDs are subject to judicial review?
Debunked: No, this photo of a ship in the Antarctic does not prove that the Earth is flat
FactCheck: Did a study say anyone who's had a cold is sufficiently protected against Covid-19?
Debunked: No, this politician didn't fake his Covid vaccine booster
FactCheck: Will Minimum Unit Pricing on alcohol lead to an increase in drug use?
How to talk to your loved ones about misinformation without ruining Christmas
FactCheck: Does this Dublin video prove masks increase carbon dioxide to dangerous levels?
FactCheck: No, the Australian Army didn't forcibly vaccinate Indigenous Australians
Debunk: How did Omicron get to Australia if no one is allowed in or out?
FactCheck: No, Conor McGregor wasn't correct to say vaccines 'have not worked' to stop Covid-19
FactCheck: Did Twitter, Walmart and CNBC's CEOs resign on same day as Ghislaine Maxwell's trial?
Debunked: No, this poster claiming the HSE will void your vaccine passport without boosters is not real
Rumours of a mid-December lockdown abound but here's why no-one actually knows if it's happening
FactCheck: Were 3,600 tonnes of peat imported into Ireland from Latvia?
Lobby group claims thousands of tonnes of foreign peat were imported in Ireland. Social media users attacked The Greens over the news while others doubted it happened at all. We test the evidence.