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Snopes - Fact Checks and News Stories
Fact checks and original reporting on Russia's invasion of Ukraine, from Snopes - "the definitive fact-checking site and reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors and misinformation."
Articles, blog posts, and podcasts about Ukraine, and the 2022 conflict with Russia, from the Council on Foreign Relations.
Russia’s war in Ukraine: complete guide in maps, video and pictures
Answers to the question: where is fighting happening and how did we get here? Includes articles, maps, photos, infographics, and videos..Presented by the Guardian News & Media Limited.
Databases for Research
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US and International News Sources
Ukranian News Sources
The New Voice of Ukraine
"Ukraine's premier English-language source." News articles, analysis, and opinion.
The Kyiv Independent
The Kyiv Independent is Ukraine’s English-language media outlet, created by journalists who were fired from the Kyiv Post for defending editorial independence. The Kyiv Independent provides fair and reliable news on a variety of topics, including Russia’s war against Ukraine and disinformation campaigns.
Russian News Sources
The Moscow Times
Russia’s leading, independent English-language media outlet. From their Moscow newsroom, they "provide readers across the world with breaking news, engaging stories and balanced journalism about the largest country on Earth."
Новая Газета ("The New Newspaper")
An opposition newspaper famous for its investigative journalism. Новая Газета regularly receives threats from those who disagree with the newspaper's positions. The paper, which was established in 1993, has its main office in Moscow and is published weekly. Its main focus is socio-political reporting
How to Avoid Sharing False & Misleading Information
Ukraine News Tips from the News Literacy Project
It’s important for everyone to understand where to find credible information about the events in Ukraine and how to avoid being duped into sharing false and misleading information. This edition of the News Literacy Project newsletter gives details on how to avoid unintentionally spreading confusion and harm: (1) Be cautious and discerning with what you believe and share, (2) Familiarize yourself with Russian disinformation outlets, tactics and narratives, and (3) Make an effort to seek out sources of credible information.
This guide is adapted from the Ukraine-Russia Conflict 2022 guide created by Elizabeth Nelson, Library Director at St. Luke's School in New Canaan, Connecticut.