BOOM could trace the photo to as early as 2016, where Twitter users identified it as an incident that took place in...
The image is originally of an eight year old Fouzia, who was photographed by an UNICEF photographer
BOOM did not find any trace of a deleted tweet, or replies indicating that such a tweet existed.
BOOM found the temporary road was opened for traffic after four months, and not 24 hours as claimed in the viral
BOOM found that the images are unrelated and not from the same underwater site.
BOOM reached out to professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka, creator of the optical illusion, who rubbished the claim.
BOOM found that the image was old dating back to far as February 2005.
BOOM spoke to Arjuni Morgaon police who denied any communal angle to the incident.
BOOM found that the image of the Rohingya girl was taken from a BBC news report and shared with a fabricated story.
A Google reverse image showed several news articles which identified the toddler as former President APJ Abdul Kalam...
JNU student Najeeb Ahmed went missing on October 15, 2016, more than a year after this image was published.
While the granddaughter and grandmother insist that all is well within the family, the photographer who shot the image...