Video sharing platform YouTube has been forced to remove hundreds of videos that were uploaded from Russia during the 2016 US presidential election.
In addition, the US Senate has also passed a resolution calling on YouTube to remove videos from Russia which are associated with the US presidential campaign.
This means that any videos from the US that contain Russian language, content, or images will be removed.
The Senate resolution calls on YouTube and other platforms to remove all content that is associated with Donald Trump or the Republican party.
YouTube has been the target of many accusations of Russian influence in the US election, with claims of the company colluding with Russian propaganda organisations and even Russian intelligence agencies.
In response to the Senate resolution, YouTube has also agreed to remove about 700 videos that are in Russian language or are associated in any way with Russian politics.
However, these are not the only videos that have been removed from YouTube.
Earlier this week, a group of German journalists published a list of 100 videos that they claim were produced in Russia by the Russian government, according to the website Welt am Sonntag.
The list was then shared with journalists in the German media sector, and some journalists reported seeing videos from other countries, including from Australia and the UK.
German media outlets were not allowed to publish the list in their papers, and the list was subsequently removed by YouTube.
Meanwhile, in the UK, a video called The Future of Britain has been removed after it was deemed to be offensive to Muslim women.
The video was posted on YouTube by an unnamed “Muslim woman” who said that the UK has the “highest Muslim population in Europe”, and that the Muslim community should be protected.
She also said that “in this age of the internet, it is better to take things seriously than to ignore them.”
The video, which has been viewed more than 9.5 million times, is about a series of conversations between a British Muslim woman and a British man.
In the video, the woman talks about how she wants to be a model, and describes her experience of being subjected to hate speech by men, including some who were known to her.
The man replies, “You don’t look like a model!” in the video.
He goes on to say that if you are Muslim, “you’re not going to get to choose your life.”
The Muslim woman then describes how “we are the ones who are discriminated against.”
After the video was removed, YouTube said it would “review the content.”
However, the video remained live on the channel until Monday.