China Says Photo Of Its Troops At Russian Border Is Fake News: Report

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Publish Date : 2022-03-18 00:00:00


China Says Photo Of Its Troops At Russian Border Is Fake News: Report

Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.

Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday that there were many fake news reports online aimed at discrediting China's position on the war in Ukraine, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Friday. A photograph of a long line of fully-loaded Chinese military vehicles travelling at night has circulated on Twitter, triggering speculation that China was providing assistance to Russia.Beijing: China has dismissed as fake news rumours about sending troops to Russia, including a "cropped" picture showing a fully-loaded Chinese military truck convoy at the border with Russia, according to a media report on Friday. A photo circulating on Twitter is a cropped version of a picture first published in 2021, China's internet watchdog said. China had earlier denied reports that Russia had asked it for military support in its Ukraine military offensive. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the country's internet watchdog, said on Thursday tha



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