The claim that the video shows a Turkish F-16 dogfighting with a Greek Mirage 2000 in over the Aegean Sea in 2018 is false. The video is made of two disparate videos edited together. The first part is from a flight simulator called FALCON BMS 4.33 while the second part is from a 2007 YouTube video
The claim that the photo shows Farm Bank founder, Mehmet Aydın dead from suicide in Kiev, Ukraine is false. However, the man in the photo is Edgar Collaguazo, who fell to his death as he attempted to escape through a fourth-storey window after being caught molesting a child at a birthday party in New York. Collaguazo.
The claim that restrictions to visa-free travel have been introduced for green and gray passport holders, effective 2021, is false. The restrictions have been placed as part of the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS), in which Turkey is not included.
A video, which was shared on Twitter on 4th December 2019, was claimed to show a police officer snow-sledging with children in Ankara. The claim is false. Neither the video was filmed in Ankara nor the police officer is a member of Turkish law enforcement.
A video shared on social media was claimed to be showing Turkish-trained militants doing the Nazi salute in Afrin during the Turkish offensive into northern Syria, Operation Peace Spring, which began in October 2019. However, nothing is true about this claim except that the trainers were Turkish.R
On Sunday the 21st of July several Twitter users and foreign news outlets claimed that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had allegedly died due to a heart attack. The claims that Erdoğan has died due to a heart attack is inaccurate. The statement that was provided by the Presidency shows that there is no health concern regarding the President. Also, the President was seen in public on the 24th of July.