In a useful piece of investigative journalism the BBC has sleuthed out the origins of pictures of dead [Rohinga] bodies and 'terrorists' posted on social media.
Myanmar conflict: Fake photos inflame tension - BBC News
The photos used by a Turkish vice-Prime Minister, are unidentified bodies possibly from a flood, the two grieving orphans who were in Rwanda, a woman and murdered man in Aceh, Indonesia 2003 and the fourth photo of people wading in a flooded waterway predates the current news stories.
On other media are dramatic photos of 'Rohinga terrorists' shooting, which turn out to be Bangladeshies photographed in the war there in 1971.
While one is grateful to the BBC for bringing the fake news phenomenon ( in the age of the 'universal journalism of all mankind') to light; one should regret that the Fakers have achieved an objective- getting the suffering of vulnerable people, who are being ethnicly cleansed from their own country, discounted and disbelieved.