Indian 'bad girls' and Somali Instagrammers: #BBCtrending's weekly round-up

A woman taking a selfie on a beach Image copyright Ugaaso Abukar Boocow

The team brings you the inside stories of some of the week's biggest social media trends.

On the BBC Trending blog:

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How to be a 'bad girl' in India

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And the best Trending videos from the last seven days ...

What's your stereotype of the Somali capital Mogadishu? Whatever it is, chances are it's different from the view you get if you follow Ugaaso Abukar Boocow on Instagram. She has 42,000 followers, largely because of her irreverent take on Somali life.

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Ghanaian celebrities have taken to social media to condemn the beating of a suspected gay man, opening a rare window for debate on homosexuality in a country where gay sex is illegal.

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