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Ukrainian refugees have fled war in their country only to be often targeted by disinformation  | Photo: Ole Spata/picture-alliance
Seedy Saidykhan is passionate about sharing information for migrants | Photo: private
From file: Migrants on a rubber dinghy are pictured during a rescue operation, off the coast of Libya in the Mediterranean Sea, November 13, 2020. Picture taken November 13, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Stringer
UNHCR envoy Vincent Cochetel said his remarks reflected his frustration at smugglers enjoying impunity | Photo: UNHCR / S. Hopper
Google is developing a campaign against misinformation | Photo: Andrew Kelly/REUTERS
The Austrian flag | Picture-alliance/dpa/D.I.Karmann
Matteo Salvini during an election campaign in Riace | Photo: Archive / ANSA / Marco Costantino
The UNHCR hashtag challenge takes place in collaboration with TikTok | Photo: Screenshot Twitter @TikTokForGood
Tunisian influencer Chaïma Ben Mahmoud filmed and posted on her TikTok account her crossing of the Mediterranean to Lampedusa | Photo: Screenshot/TikTok
From file: Thousands of migrants are being held in Libya; most were intercepted at sea by coast guards after attempting to board a boat for Europe | Photo: Reuters
If you make technical preparations now, you can maintain communication in the event of an internet shutdown | Photo: Getty Images (via DW)
Many young and female Afghan social media influencers are now seeking exile | Photo: Wakil Kohsar/AFP/Getty Images (via DW)