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Debunking claims that Putin didn't attend Orthodox Easter Mass in Moscow

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Pro-Ukrainian conspiracy theories on social media, claim that Russia state TV, staged footage of President Putin attending Orthodox Easter Mass on April 23. Many claim that President Putin is in hiding and that the images are pre-recorded or achive footage. We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake. 

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