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Online articles and social media posts claim US government data reveals there are problematic batches of Covid-19 shots that are responsible for all deaths caused by the vaccines. But American health authorities have not identified issues with specific vaccine lots, independent health experts say the claim is meritless, and the data cited is not proof that a shot was responsible for a fatality."100% of Covid-19 Vaccine Deaths were caused by just 5% of the batches produced according to official G
An image of a line of helicopters on a street has circulated in social media posts alongside a claim it shows an entourage for the youngest son of Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa in the capital Colombo. But the image has been shared in a false context. Although Rajapaksa's youngest son has previously told local media he enjoys traveling by helicopter, the photo was actually taken in the US. As of January 27, 2022, there have been no official reports that he recently arrived in the ca
Facebook posts are being shared in Kenya with a letter purportedly sent by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in January 2022 to Kenyan senator Mithika Linturi cautioning him against using a derogatory political statement while campaigning. But the court confirmed to AFP Fact Check that the letter is not authentic. The purported letter, posted on Facebook on January 19, 2022, has since been shared nearly 70 times and republished in more than 30 other posts. It was also shared here, here, and
Multiple posts on social media in Thailand claim several health benefits of carbonated water, including treating constipation and heart disease. Comments on the posts indicated some social media users were misled by the claim. However, health experts told AFP there was insufficient evidence that carbonated water can cure any existing health condition.The claim -- which appears in a Thai-language infographic -- was shared here on Facebook on January 2, 2022.It translates to English as: "How does
A photo of a Burmese mixed martial arts fighter holding a gun has been shared in multiple Facebook posts that claim it shows he joined anti-coup fighters in Myanmar, where the junta has named scores of celebrities wanted for arrest. However, the image predates the coup. The athlete -- who frequently posts photos of himself in the US -- shared the photo in a July 2019 post about joining a shooting practice in Las Vegas.The photo of Aung La Nsang -- a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter who is also k