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Khashoggi’s death: A part of Saudi’s information war in the Middle East

The Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s death is a part of Saudi Arabia’s information war …Read More

A unified model to spot fake news

Three out of every four American adults are fooled by fake news headlines. That was …Read More

In Bangladesh, Rohingya refugees face risk from a xenophobic media onslaught

“Jan-e-Alam, a businessman, was distributing biscuits at Teknaf bus terminal in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar district …Read More

Fake News: How to Fight It?

For quite some time now, the term “fake news” has been the buzzword and everyone …Read More

Bangladesh Media Doing Little to Counter Fake News Being Spread by Government

On a recent morning, Bangladesh woke up to the ‘news’ that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina …Read More


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