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- Overall, we rate Pravda Report Right Biased and Highly Questionable based on poor sourcing, frequent promotion of state propaganda, and conspiracy theories as well the significant publication of fake news.
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
World Press Freedom Rank: Russia 149/182
Founded in 1999, Pravda Report is an English language news website based in Russia. Pravda reports news that is favorable to the Kremlin and negative toward the west.
Funded by / Ownership
Pravda is owned by Pravda.ru Holding headed by Vadim Gorshenin. Mr. Gorshenin is a supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Revenue is derived through advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Pravda Report covers Russian news, politics, and opinion from a pro-government perspective. They frequently promote propaganda in support of President Putin, while constantly denigrating the west and President Trump: The Trump regime is insane. This opinion piece is not sourced at all.
Besides promoting nationalist propaganda, Pravda Report frequently promotes conspiracy theories and makes false claims such as promoting that the chemical attack in Syria was a false flag operation or that Aliens are visiting earth and having sex with people. In general, almost all content on this website is either misleading or false.
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