Since the early month of the pandemic, conspiracy theories blame 5G technology for the spread of Covid-19.
This image - showing dogs on a bed - and has been doctored, which claims to be from Sindh in Pakistan.
The flag seen in the posts represents a Pakistani women's rights organization and shows purple, white and red colours.
Aurat March organisers said the message was written by a rape victim sharing her story and does not refer to the Prophet ...
In the original footage published by the event's official organisers, no blasphemous slogans were chanted.
BOOM found that both the clips are from two different places - first likely from Pakistan by a pharmaceutical...
BOOM found that the image is from Pakistan's Station Chowk which has a statue of a cup and kettle and not Narendra Modi.
This video has been edited to include a recording of a voice taunting Pakistani PM Imran Khan
The photos in fact show a doctor in Yemen and the original message on the car is in Arabic.
BOOM found that the video is originally from Kargil, Ladakh, where an organization led a protest rally against the...
The video actually shows an informal competition in 2012 between a Canadian and a US soldier in the US state of Indiana.
BOOM traced the viral video to May this year and found that it shows Kaukab Noorani Okarvi, a Pakistani cleric.