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Rumors spread quickly in wartime Ukraine.


They lived in an abandoned house in a forest next to a small village. They survived on mushrooms and berries. And it took months after the Russian Army retreated for the Ukrainian police to finally capture them.

Or so the story went.

At least four Ukrainian news media outlets and countless people on social media last week repeated the tale of six abandoned Russian soldiers. It turned out to be baseless, but it provided the latest vivid example of how wartime rumors — and possibly propaganda…



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