The New York Times published an article featuring photos of Moroccan football fans. The article is titled “Famine Appears on the Faces of Moroccans.”
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Social media users from the MENA region recently shared an image attributed to The New York Times. According to the claim, the article featuring photos of Moroccan football fans is titled “Famine Appears on the Faces of Moroccans.”
Misbar investigated the circulating claim and found it to be fake. The circulating image is fabricated.
The fabricated image was based on a print issue of The New York Times that was published in May 2013.
The original article reported the collapse of a factory in Bangladesh and has nothing to do with Morocco.
The featured articles that appeared on the front page of The New York Times in the same month of 2013 can be seen below.
The New York Times Documents the Joy of Moroccan Football Fans
The most recent news about Moroccan Football fans on The New York Times website are about the celebrations of Moroccan football fans as their team defeated Spain.
Morocco qualified for the quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
Morocco topped Group F, which also included Belgium, Croatia, and Canada.
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
The FIFA World Cup is being held in an Arab country for the first time in history.
The tournament, which began on November 20, is expected to continue until December 18.