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Although YouTube doesn't let you search by location, there is a way to find videos from where they were posted
You can find posts, pictures and videos on Twitter by location, as long as the user has turned on geolocation
Eliot Higgins from Bellingcat shows how he used Google Maps and other tools to find where an ISIS video was filmed in Syria
The new phenomenon of ‘footage laundering’ is yet another reason why geolocated content should be throughly verified
How many locations can you identify from the visual clues?
Find out how features like historical imagery, 3D buildings and measurement markers can help you confirm the exact location of an eyewitness photo or video
Every eyewitness photo and video will contain visual clues that can help with verification. Learn more about what they are and how to find them
Finding other pictures or video from a location can be one of the best ways to verify where an image was captured – so here's where to look
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