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Whoever relays information, whether it is an article, a tweet, a TikTok or Instagram video, etc., it is necessary to consider that everything could be fake news, and therefore important to check the reliability of the site where it comes from or to do a reverse search on the image in Google to make sure that it is not a cliché dating back to a different conflict a few years ago. In addition, it is advisable to get information from reliable news sites.

5 RELIABLE NEWS SITES IN ENGLISH This site provides live monitoring of the events taking place in Ukraine. It also covers the disinformation attempts of the Russian enemy by pointing out the fake news, false multimedia documents shared and the arguments put forward to justify the war.
Interfax-Ukraine: This is a very famous Ukrainian news agency. You will find here all the published dispatches, which concern the conflict but also the tractations in Europe, for example.
The Kyiv Independent: This site is another reliable source of information on the war in Ukraine. The site is financed by a European fund for democracy. To keep up with the news, follow their Twitter account which has seen its number of followers increase tenfold in recent days.
Euromaidan Press: This Ukrainian news and analysis website is as much about raw information as it is about conflict analysis. The site, owned by an NGO, also lists reliable channels to support Ukraine in this period of war.
Ukrinform: This is the National News Agency of Ukraine. Here, the priority is given to photos and videos but also to a real-time follow-up of the different attacks and responses in the different cities of the country and on the front. Ukrinform also provides regular reports with figures.


Timothée Boutry: is a journalist for Le Parisien and is currently in Ukraine. He relays his reports as close as possible to the population.
Vanessa Descouraux: is currently in Kyiv, this France Inter journalist reveals on her Twitter account the daily life in the capital, without forgetting to add a touch of humor or poetry when it lends itself to it, which is appreciated.
Benoît Vitkine: This correspondent of Le Monde is not in Ukraine but in Moscow. Albert Londres Prize winner, he is the author of the book “Donbass”, published by Les Arènes. An excellent source of information concerning the decisions taken by Vladimir Putin and Russia.
Stéphane Siohan: correspondent for Libération, RFI but also Le Temps (Switzerland) and Le Soir (Belgium), he is the author of a documentary on a young Ukrainian footballer broadcast by Netflix, Home Games. He is currently in Kyiv, where he reports extensively on what’s going on via his Twitter account.
Clara Marchaud: she is the correspondent in Ukraine for Le Figaro and Mediapart. She reports on what she observes in Kyiv as much as she relays verified photos and videos.
Loup Bureau This journalist and director spent the first days of the war in Ukraine. On March 1st, he decided to leave Kyiv to join Western Europe but intends to continue to sort out the information on his Twitter account.
Luc Mathieu: This reporter for the Foreign Service of Libération offers new reports on the situation in the country every day.
Camille Lopez: This independent Quebec journalist regularly denounces fake news around Ukraine. Useful to check if such or such information is in fact a fake.
Alexandre Gagné This freelance journalist compiles a lot of French and international information sources to give a complete vision of the news about the war in Ukraine.


HugoDecrypts: is also present on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram, Hugo Travers, aka HugoDecrypte, has set himself the mission of making news accessible to all.
MajMonActu: This account initiated by Radio-Canada aims to popularize the news among young people. This is an account to advise young people who want to understand what is happening at the gates of Europe.

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