BOOM found that the video is from Rafsanjan city in Kreman province of Iran.
A digitally edited video showing drones playing volleyball is circulating on social media claiming it is real.
Data show that year to date, Bitcoin has gained nearly 170% and more than 400% since yearly lows in March
BOOM found that the video is from 2019 of an artillery show held by Russian defence forces.
The visuals show ground and aerial attack made as a modification to the video game ARMA 3.
The photo with false claims is originally from 2014, after VP Masoumeh Ebtekar was injured in a traffic accident.
Two new cases of COVID-19 who travelled from Italy and Dubai have emerged in Delhi and Hyderabad.
The footage is made from a video game editor based on popular PC game ARMA 3.
BOOM covers the US-Iran tug of war that has engulfed Middle-Eastern geopolitics over the last two weeks
The video footage, from a mobile video game, is falsely being shared as the US drone strike on Soleimani.
BOOM found that the video is from a 2012 event by Prasanthi Nilayam, the ashram of spiritual guru Sathya Sai Baba in...