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Russians hack "Apostrophe", post fake news about Avidiivka

19.02.2024, 09:23

The online media outlet "Apostrophe" says that on February 18, the Russians hacked their website to post disinformation about Russians "crushing" elite UAF units in Avdiivka.

According to the editors, the misinformation post featured a collage and a caption to it.

"The Apostrophe editors declare that this report has nothing to do with reality and urge our readers to consume information responsibly," the message reads.

The website's team is doing everything in their power to prevent similar Russian attacks in the future.

Russian disinformation on the Apostrophe website, February 18, 2024. Photo by "Apostrophe"

On February 18, 2024, the online media outlet reported that their website had been hacked and was posting Russian disinformation about Avdiivka. The editors declare that they are not involved in the publication of Russian disinformation.

On the same day, the online media outlet "Ukrainian Pravda" reported their X account being hacked; the perpetrators started posting similar fake news.

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