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Storyful's expert editors shared their advice for best practice in verifying posts, images and video at the recent News Xchange conference
Verification of eyewitness media and social media reporting are critical skills for today’s journalists, but aren't yet a central part of journalism education
An exclusive investigation by Reportedly traced the path of munitions from the EU to war-torn Yemen
Three case studies on how Reportedly verified videos and photos of airstrikes in #Syria and a rocket attack in #Ukraine
A glance at international efforts to sort eyewitness media fact from fiction
Quality journalism comes from strong community engagement as well as social newsgathering, as reported.ly’s Malachy Browne explains
Verifying pictures and video isn't always about breaking news, and good verification practice can lead to detailed, exclusive stories
From Assad's barrel bombs to Russian airstrikes, the Bellingcat founder shared geolocation advice at the recent #FDLive event at the Guardian offices in London
Verifying pictures or video is not always as simple as cross-checking landmarks on freely available maps
Finding other pictures or video from a location can be one of the best ways to verify where an image was captured – so here's where to look
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