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Will Ukraine survive Russias invasion?

This couple in Kyiv tells the BBC they are confident that Ukraine will survive Russias invasion. Meanwhile, the UN says more than 1.5m people have now fled Ukraine since Russia invaded on 24 February. Several US presidents have failed to get the measure of him but now Europe has joined the fray things may change.

Is Ukraines Deputy Prime Minister Iryna vereshchuk warning residents to leave Russian-occupied areas?

Ukraines Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk has urged residents to leave Russian-occupied parts of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia in the south. The warning appeared to herald further Ukrainian counter-attacks.

Is the video from Crimea real or fake?

Videos of Russias invasion of Crimea and from the blast in Beirut in 2020 have been shared widely, pretending to be from the current conflict. Using Google Maps, you can figure out if the video is really from where it claims to be.

How has Russias invasion of Ukraine affected misinformation on social media?

Russias invasion of Ukraine has triggered a wave of falsehoods on social media and the airwaves. In a new Radio 4 podcast series, War on Truth, our specialist reporter follows the stories of people caught up by misinformation - and gives some tips about how to avoid it.

Will Ukraine survive Russia’s War?

The current developments in Ukraine have shown that the Russian military is not as powerful as many anticipated, and that Ukrainian resistance is strong. Nonetheless, the West must continue to aid Ukraine during its time of need. No one knows how or when Russia’s war will end, but one thing is certain: the Ukrainian people will survive.

Can Russia’s invasion of Ukraine be resolved through negotiation?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is unlikely to be resolved on the battlefield. An end to the bloodshed and destruction of Ukraine can be negotiated, but such negotiations need to be mediated carefully. So far, all attempts have been unsuccessful.

Could the war in Ukraine have been averted in 2014?

The war has arrived. Russia has invaded Ukraine. If the West had not looked away in 2014, this catastrophe might have been averted, writes DWs Roman Goncharenko.

What is the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?

The impact of this monstrous step will send shockwaves around the world. The West bears partial responsibility for these developments. In 2014, when Russia invaded Ukraine for the first time since the latter gained its independence in 1991, and then annexed Crimea, the West decided on the kind of dishonor that Churchill had spoken about.

Does the United Nations recognize Crimea as Russia?

Russia brought a member of Crimea’s occupying authority to the 12 th session of the United Nations Forum on Minority Issues held in Geneva last November and used his presence there to claim the UN recognized that Crimea is Russia.

What did the UN do about the 2014 Crimea referendum?

On March 27, 2014 the UN General Assembly adopted Resolution No. 68/262 on the Territorial Integrity of Ukraine, declaring the referendum held in Crimea in 2014 had no validity and calling on the international community and organizations not to recognize the annexation.

Is fake audio just as dangerous as fake video?

But like fake video, fake audio has gotten very sophisticated via artificial intelligence – and it can be just as damaging. Vijay Balasubramaniyan is the CEO and co-founder of Pindrop, a company that creates security solutions to protect against the damage fake audio can do.

How do you spot fake videos on social media?

Delp’s team develops ways to detect fake videos. Here are some of his tips for spotting cheapfakes and deepfakes lurking around your social media feeds: Focus on the natural details “Look at the person in the video and see if their eyes are blinking in a weird way,” Delp says.

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