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Video game footage is confused for Pakistani Air Force activity in Afghanistan

There have been several examples of Indian media getting the facts wrong on Pakistani involvement in Afghanistan. An Indian TV channel played footage from a video game, claiming it showed Pakistani Air Force activity in Afghanistan. The erroneous footage was first broadcast on Hasti TV, an Afghan channel based in the UK. But first, we see how India Today broadcast a fake tweet showing an image of a downed Pakistani jet. In reality, the image was taken in the US in 2018 and concerned a US Air Force jet.

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