(The Washington Post)
World
This Russian state TV clip was actually from a video game
On Feb. 25, Channel 1 Russia showed President Vladimir Putin’s speech honoring military members along with what was meant to appear as footage of an airstrike in Syria. It was actually from a video game.
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