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In the age of the internet, no one knows what to believe any more. And this is no more true than during a conflict, when chaos and instability on the ground makes it very difficult to grasp what is going on.

Enter fact-checking, a growing brand of journalism that came with the internet and involves authoritative news sources affirming or denying the authenticity of everything -- from politicians and other news media to viral videos and conspiracy theories.

Here are six of the most common fact-check scenarios circulating during the Ukraine-Russia conflict.