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AFP debuts Spanish-language tip line in the US

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Fact-checkers respond to Twitter’s new edit feature

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Repustar debuts a tip line tool for US fact-checking organizations

Moscow, Russia - September 24, 2014:Like us on Facebook icon on computer screen. Facebook is one of the largest social networks in the world. Was founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg

Meta won’t comment on its plans to abandon CrowdTangle

Kenyan presidential candidate Raila Odinga, center, walks through the crowd as he departs after delivering a speech at his campaign headquarters in downtown Nairobi, Kenya (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

Kenya’s presidential election a hotbed of false information ahead of and during voting