Stories about Humor from October, 2013
How ready is Egypt for Bassem Youssef's latest round of satire? Netizens react to the first episode of El Bernameg (The Programme), which was greeted with lawsuits.
The opposition People's National Movement has won Trinidad's Local Government Elections - but that hasn't stopped the other political parties from claiming some measure of victory. Netizens, meanwhile, are incredulous.
The by-election for the St. Joseph parliamentary seat will be held in early November - but the candidates are as controversial as the former representative.
When it comes to technology, the Russian government makes up in ambition for what it lacks in competence. Earlier this week, state-controlled telecom Rostelecom announced a government-sponsored Internet search engine.
If social media had a Richter scale, comments about the earthquake that struck last night would have registered high, judging from the timelines of Twitter and Facebook users.
The joke's on the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu for saying that Iranians are not free to wear jeans.
A recent incident in the capital of Tajikistan has revealed how much the country's netizens hate presidential motorcades.