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· October, 2011

Stories about Humor from October, 2011

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: After Anya

Russia: Pirate Flag Over Novosibirsk City

Russia: Site of Political Phone Pranks Launched

Discovering Paris from a Guinean Perspective

Macedonia: Million Tweets – an Existentialist Parody Poem

Blogger iskra_iskric has dared to adapt a Macedonian rock classic by the band Arhangel to the new digital reality, creating a new poem on tweetering.

Cameroon : The First Lady Fake Twitter Account

China: Portable Toilet Adapter

Colombia: Could Miss Universe be Colombian?

Israel: News of Gilad Shalit's Release Welcomed

On October 11, the Israeli government and top Hamas officials confirmed that a deal has been struck between Israel and Hamas that would lead to the release of the Israeli...

Colombia: Outrage at Conservative Politician over Remarks about Rape and Abortion

On Tuesday October 11, Conservative politician Enrique Gómez Hurtado's statements about abortion caused outrage among Colombian Twitter users. Gómez supports a legislative act to reform an article in the Constitution...

China: Knockoff World Architecture

Azerbaijan: Beautiful, Sophisticated, Democratic, and Tolerant… Just Scary Azeri

Russia: Putin Gets Twitter Hashtag for His Birthday

Peru: Mick Jagger Visits Lima

On the afternoon of Saturday October 8, the rumor that Mick Jagger was visiting Lima began to spread after César Bejarano (@Cesar_Bejarano) shared a blurry picture of the rock star...

Brazil: Different Perspectives on Steve Jobs’ Work

Curacao: Comedy or Mockery?

Jamaica: A Proud Black History

Trinidad & Tobago: Wish List for Apple Announcement

Ukraine: President Yanukovych in The Simpsons?

The newest episode of cartoon The Simpsons went viral in Ukraine after it humorously portrayed the country and a Kiev mafioso named Victor, who, as many netizens pointed out, resembled...

Colombia: #Corzotón Protest Against the President of the Congress

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