More than 150 electronic and print media outlets have folded since the Taliban came to power, silencing hundreds of journalists and instilling fear among those still able to work.
Security concerns have led hundreds of journalists in Afghanistan to either flee the country or give up on journalism, as 150 media outlets have stopped operating within the past 2 months.
The Taliban have ramped up attacks against journalists in recent months in the hopes of silencing critics and undermining hope for an open society in Afghanistan.
The degradation of ISIS's once-sophisticated propaganda machine reflects the territorial and ideological losses the group has suffered in recent years.
China's campaign borrows tactics from troll factories and relies heavily on Russian and Iranian state-sponsored news outlets to 'validate' false narratives and conspiracy theories.
While the rest of the world suffers under lockdowns due to COVID-19, Beijing appears intent on making the country appear to have moved on. See what Chinese state media is doing.
Trying out a new wrinkle, the Kremlin's Internet Research Agency duped real Americans to write for a website that bills itself as a 'global news organisation'.
Beijing is actively trying to convince the world that its efforts during the global health crisis have been 'heroic'. Facts say otherwise.
More than 40,000 Iranians have died from coronavirus, not 14,000 as what the regime is projecting, as revealed by leaked documents.
The move by the influential social media giant comes amid growing evidence Beijing is employing massive resources in an attempt to sway public opinion with false information.