The image showing Chinese senior diplomat Yang Jiechi bowing to then U.S. State Secretary Mike Pompeo in a meeting in Beijing on Oct. 8, 2018 has been doctored. The original picture shows both diplomats facing the camera, standing up straight.
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Misleading: This picture does not show a protester in Kalay, Myanmar, being shot with his hands raised
The photo claims to show a man named Zin Myo Maung being shot in Kalay in Myanmar. However, the photo was taken in Yangon and does not show him.
Misleading: This video does not show Mexican immigrants in “storage containers” in the US; it shows mobile homes at a quarantine site in China
A tweet suggested the U.S. President Joe Biden has created what looks like “concentration camps” at the U.S.-Mexican border but the embedded video clip actually shows a COVID-19 quarantine site in Yunnan province, China.
As the vaccine rollout gathers momentum, confusion and misleading claims about the effectiveness, side effects and safety of different vaccines continue to abound.
Peer-reviewed studies on ivermectin and the expert interviewed by Annie Lab indicate such claims have no scientific ground.