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It showed how publications in one EU language end up being translated and cross-posted into other ones. Russia's propaganda "ecosystem", with its mix of Kremlin-funded media, useful-idiot proxies, and its focus on highly emotive issues is now creating fertile ground in Europe for political shocks either in the short or longer-term. Student, retired or simply can't afford full price. They claimed Austria had acquitted a migrant who raped a year old boy even though the alleged rapist had not been acquitted. They also claimed, without evidence, that German courts were "inundated" by migrant sex crimes and that German police could not keep up with migrant crime statistics. There is also no detailed study of how big Russian media work with fringe websites and bloggers, which ones of the small publishers are Kremlin agents and which ones replicate fake content because they believe it. The bulk of the material was designed to legitimise Russian foreign policy, such as its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine or its military intervention in Syria. Russia's Ren TV broadcaster in December made the unsubstantiated claim that Nazism was on the rise in Germany because publishers had printed copies of Hitler's autobiography Mein Kampf. The diplomat said British tabloids, such as The Sun, the Daily Mail, and The Express, which have published hundreds of distorted anti-EU and anti-immigrant stories, were also doing it for "domestic political purposes" to justify the UK's decision to leave the EU. In February of this year, Russian bloggers circulated false reports that migrants had sexually assaulted women on New Year's Eve in Frankfurt. Another Breitbart story in January this year said that a mob which chanted "Allahu Akhbar. A European diplomat, who asked not to be named, told EUobserver that sex was deliberately used as a propaganda weapon. The European diplomat predicted that Russia's German campaign would focus on migrants in the run-up to the German vote in autumn "with more false victims, fake stories, and by developing the narrative that Germany is collapsing because of Merkel's [immigration] policies". Russia has portrayed itself as a bulwark against the purported rise of fascism in Europe while supporting neo-Nazi parties such as the NPD or the extreme-right Pegida movement in Germany.
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