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Clip from German TV programme circulates in misleading posts about coronavirus vaccines and Bill Gates
As countries around the world scramble to roll out vaccination campaigns, a video showing computer-generated images of people being implanted with microchips is circulating online alongside warnings that Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates plans to "obtain total control" of the world through vaccination. This claim is misleading; the original clip is from a German TV report about coronavirus conspiracy theories. AFP has previously debunked similar claims about Gates and implants.
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Viral video falsely claims US President Biden signed blank executive orders
A video has been viewed tens of thousands of times on Facebook, TikTok and other platforms alongside a claim it shows US President Joe Biden signing blank executive orders. The claim is false; while the overexposed lighting of the footage appears to show white papers, other video and photos from the signing ceremony clearly show the documents were not blank.
Read the full article: https://factcheck.afp.com/viral-video-falsely-claims-us-president-biden-signed-blank-executive-orders

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