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· November, 2011

Stories about Humor from November, 2011

Iran: TinTin in Tehran

Morocco: Islamist PJD Victory in Post-Reform Parliamentary Election

Moroccans took to the polls on Friday 25 November, to elect a new parliament. It is the first election since a constitutional referendum in July approved a series of amendments...

China: Inflation Comic

Video: Doctor Who Fans Walk 500 Miles

South Korea: Comedian Sued for Making Fun of Politicians

Politics is seen as a fair target for most comedy shows, but in South Korea a politician is suing a comedian. The lawsuit - claiming that the performer defamed all...

Egypt: The Question of Election Symbols

A car, a gun, a toothbrush, a spaceship and an eye! Those are just some of the symbols you can see on the election banners on Egyptian streets as the...

Egypt: The Mini-States Of Cairo

So you thought Cairo was a city? Actually it's a series of mini-states that operate independently of each other. In this post, blogger Karim Shafei explains how Cairo really works.

Ukraine: Photoshopped Chuck Norris and the Ukrainian Language Day

Korea: Benetton's New Ad Campaign Features World Leaders Kissing

Guinea: A Guide to Flirting in Conakry

Central African Republic: A Blogger Weary of Marches for Great Causes

Trinidad & Tobago: Post-Curfew Questions

Russia: Radical Feminist Band Dedicates Debut Clip to Arab Spring

Madagascar: A Blogger's Wish for Free Elections for Christmas

Russia: Hidden Political Messages in Well-Done YouTube Videos

Costa Rica: Viral Campaign Says Country is Run by Clowns

In Costa Rica a viral video that portrays politicians as clowns has been released to protest a new tax bill. As some question the validity of such a campaign, others...

Trinidad & Tobago: Anya Win!

China: Three stereotypes of Chinese youth

Bangladesh: Signs Of An Emerging Country

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