The material created by Sputnik from Sillamäe was widely used by the Russian media.
Read how propaganda videos are created in large amounts in Russia and through which networks these videos are spread for millions of viewers.
The upcoming Moscow visit by President Kersti Kaljulaid has brought out several propagandistic headlines by Russian news agencies.
A Finnish National Broadcasting Yle article has mistakenly written about the idea that there are many sex offenders from Estonia in Finland. Propastop looks into this backdrop of errors.
An Eesti Päevaleht journalist, Vahur Koorits’ idea of a missile strike on St. Petersburg received a lot of attention in the Russian press.
In October and November, a large amount of fake accounts and webpages have been created on social media channels, which have started to actively intensify issues aimed at dividing Estonian society
A staged fake news story about an activist attacked in Lasnamäe was published in the environment of Vkontakte.
Last Wednesday, the Russian press began a flow of propagandistic reports on Estonia topics, due to the Russian Ambassador being summoned by the Foreign Ministry. Read closer!
The TV news channel Pervõi’s Tuesday’s news release depicted a vivid image of the Estonian labour market. The episode is part of the Kremlin’s new propaganda rhetoric, which seeks to link Ukrainians working in Estonia with problems.