We realised after this that there might not always be one clear version of events - especially in countries like Myanmar which is not a developed country. You shouldn't believe something if you haven't checked the information. The person at the start said one thing and it changed completely by the end of the line. It must be really hard to be a journalist and make sure your information is correct. The line which started with the most detailed description went slower but also lost the most detail. It's kind of like the news - when one person hears something, and posts it, but someone else has a totally different version of the story and tells loads of people that. It made us think about how Fake News starts.