A falling leader, Kid President and more: #BBCTrending's videos of the week

Did you miss out on some of the big trends this week? How many of the following did you spot?

On our blog this week:

Is Jordan's Abdullah really a modern-day warrior king?

'Just joking!' - the Indian comics under investigation

McDonald's Facebook campaign enrages Mexican tamale fans

Is the German anti-Islamist Pegida movement really spreading?

And the best of BBC Trending's video selection...

Kid President wants to help make the world more awesome. That's why the 11-year-old YouTube star says he makes his videos. Robby Novak released his first video in 2012, and since then his videos have attracted a huge following thanks to the mix of humour and inspirational thinking.

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Media captionKid President's videos have over 75 million YouTube views

A video of a girl shouting at a man who she alleges groped her on a plane in India has been viewed more than 5m times on YouTube. In the video the man apologises while holding his head in his hands, but does not explain what he's apologising for. But is it fair to expose the accused on social media before any sort of criminal trial or investigation? The accused man told an Indian newspaper that he was framed and that he was confident that an investigation would exonerate him.

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When Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe stumbled at an event in the capital Harare, security personnel rushed to his side. They're also reported to have asked photographers to delete the images of the 90-year-old leader falling. Internet users have responded by posting parody pictures of Mugabe in different scenarios - including surfing and dancing - and by using the hashtag #MugabeFalls.

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A Canadian teenager who was born with Down's syndrome has become a hit on YouTube after recording a cover version of a John Legend song. Madison Tevlin's rendition of "All of Me" has been watched almost 5 million times and has been described as "inspirational" and "amazing." But it has also attracted criticism.

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