Pegida, Spanish humour, Kenyan hotel reviews: #BBCTrending's videos of the week

It's been a busy week at BBC Trending. Here are our video choices - in case you missed them the first time around.

A spoof make-up tutorial went gone viral on YouTube after mocking the appearance of Pegida spokeswoman Kathrin Oertel. We talked to its creator, a 25-year-old radio presenter (and now viral make-up artist).

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In a country where it is dangerous to confront extremism, a video posted on Facebook by two young Pakistani film-makers showed ordinary people taking a stand against the Taliban.

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Kenyans hit upon a novel way to vent their anger about the tear-gassing of children trying to protect their playground from development. There have been allegations on social media that the land is wanted for a nearby hotel - so following a riot police crackdown, protesters posted negative reviews of the business on sites such as TripAdvisor.

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And we visited Spain to follow political satirist Facu Diaz, who ended up summoned to a criminal court for a comedy sketch. Diaz was accused of mocking victims of terrorism in a video which used the iconography of the Basque armed organisation ETA. So what exactly are the limits of humour?

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And also on our blog this week:

A year-long joke: the origins of the "never-ending" Twitter chain

Is this Canada's "most racist" city?

The conspiracy theories of Argentina's president

Why was this Kenyan blogger arrested for a tweet?

The beauty queen selfie that turned ugly

Videos by:

Andy Brownstone (Pegida makeover and Taliban message)

Ravin Sampat (Kenya hotel reviews)

Anne-Marie Tomchak, Alvaro A. Ricciardelli and Gabriela Torres (Spanish satirist)

Picture credit (Kenya): Getty Images, AFP, CitizenTV

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