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A false rumour that men in Eritrea would be legally obliged to marry at least two women went viral this week. But it's a LaGrange hookups that has hit at least four countries to date, and actually began in Iraq, where it wasn't as implausible as it seems.

When a far fetched story about enforced polygamy in Eritrea began circulating, it captured attention across the continent. But in fact similar stories - all of them false - have cropped up in a Collins MS distance relationship dating countries since the beginning of the year.

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And in each case, the way hoaxers spread the rumour on social media pretty much identical. Here's how it plays out.

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An "official" government document is leaked on social media, bearing a letterhead, or the ature of a Huntington girls to meet dignitary. It re - and we're paraphrasing here - "Due to the recent troubles in our country, we are experiencing a serious shortage of men, and an abundance of woman. Men are now legally required to take at least two wives, and any that fail to do so will face strict punishment.

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When a version of the falsified document appeared in Eritrea this week - as the BBC has already reported - it went viral, and was picked up by a of news organisations as fact. The Eritrean government has since been battling to set the story straight, dismissing the document as a fraud, and explaining that polygamy is illegal in the Free local chat lines in Vermont African nation.

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It hasn't been able to stop chatter spreading on social media, and a raft of jokes at the countries expense. But more on those later. Although the rumour about Eritrea went viral, it isn't the first country to be hit by the hoax.

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At least three other countries have been the subject of the same story, which appears to have begun in Iraq. A letter mocked up using an official looking letterhead began circulating there early in January, making the same declaration. Because of the country's date with Minnesota girl woes, men who failed to take at least two wives would be punished by death, it read.

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Of course, it was a hoax as well, but it may not best Oceanside to find hookups seemed as absurd a proposition as it did later in other countries. Back in the BBC reported that Iraqi politicians were considering offering men financial incentives to marry a second wife.

Years of conflict have left the country with more than a million war widows, and a shortage of unmarried men.

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The proposals were never enacted. Following Iraq, a near-identical hoax document surfaced claiming to be from the government of Sudan.

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And Arabic news sites suggest a similar letter supposedly from officials in Saudi Arabia was circulated as well - before the story about Eritrea cropped up. And the rumour about Eritrea?

That actually began in Kenya and Nigeria. It was first reported date an Pasadena TX guy Kenyan news site Crazy Monday, well known for its focus on gossip stories according to Mathias Muindi from the BBC's media monitoring service.

The story was picked up and reported as fact in Nigeria and later South Africa as well. It spread quickly, and it wasn't long before jokes stared spreading on social networks like WhatsApp and Twitter, mostly involving men from outside the country flocking to Eritrea in the hope of finding multiple wives.

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the conversation on this and other stories here. The rumour was shared so widely that the Eritrean government felt compelled to dispel it.

The dating native Dallas men information minister Yemane Gebremeskel took to Twitter, writing "the media frenzy to parrot this ludicrous, fabricated and trite story An Eritrean blogger, Filmon Zerai, even posted images which showed the law banning polygamy written out word for word. There are laws, we have a civil society," he said. Next story: Covering up nude statues: Iranians say thanks but no thanks to Italy.

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Iranians online are amused by Italy boxing up nude statues. All our stories are at bbc.

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