Being a Facebook partner has led to a series of attacks on fact-checkers this spring and has raised the question of whether the press should be a FB fact-checker.
Here is the first part of an overview grouping together trustworthy, non-propaganda Russian-language media channels. Share the list with your Russian speaking acquaintances!
This week you can read on the Baltnews website that they are owned by Russia Today and registered in Moscow.
Terrorists from Ukraine work in Estonia. Biological weapons are created here. Our media lies. Read the latest, most fantastical tidbits from the Kremlin propaganda media.
Let us read about the methods used to influence the Latvian elections and predict the likelihood of their implementation in Estonia.
Articles published in Postimees show documents revealing the daily workday of the Russian propaganda channel in Estonia. Read a summary of the facts we learned from the stories.
We drew an Estonian branch to the Kremlin media network diagram. Read more about it!
Russia’s Ministry of Defence has created a web-based database called “People’s heroics”, that gathers all the people who were awarded in the Red Army during the Second World War. The database was opened in 2015, 70 years after the end of the war, and everyone can do the searches.