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Protests, jokes and concerns online as Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States.

The world reacts to Trump's inauguration
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Thousands of women are planning to march through Washington to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration.
But what’s the issue that seems to be dividing the marchers?

Women's March faces tough questions and unique Chinese start-up
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Meet Johnny Wright: The Instagram star who cuts Michelle Obama's hair
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How did people react to the announcement about clemency for Chelsea Manning?

Chelsea Manning reaction and Chinese anger over hotel history book
The revenge porn victim who's taking on search engine giants to get her life back.

Can you be deleted from the internet?
Who is behind the persona that American intelligence authorities say is at the heart of the Russian hacking allegations?

My conversations with a notorious hacker
Local police have defended their handling of the case.

'Why I dropped the case against the man who groped me'
Cinemas have been banned in Saudi Arabia for decades.

Saudi social media frenzy over cinema comeback
Prominent gay rights activists have condemned the video saying it "glorifies and glamorises homophobia."

The gay sex assault sketch dividing Nigerians
"LMAO newsroom broke out in laughter and cheers when Donald J. Trump called BuzzFeed a 'failing pile of garbage',".

Media takes pride in Trump's criticism
Police in the United States state of Georgia say they can't force websites to remove copies of a Facebook Live showing a girl killing herself.

US police 'can't force' websites to remove copies of suicide streamed on Facebook
The identities of real women were used to lure soldiers on social media, Israel's military says.

Israeli soldiers 'caught in Hamas online honey trap'
Others are angry at the attempt to "mess around" with Indian dishes.

McDonald's 'dosa burger' amuses Indians
The comedian insists that the skit "is just to make my fans laugh and to promote my tour."

The gay sex assault sketch that divided Nigerians
Could it tackle political violence and hate crime?

Could this create a safer world?
Many directed their anger at Saint Petersburg's governor Georgy Poltavchenko who gave the deal the go ahead.

Russians angry over cathedral handover
"Barack Obama is crying, Michelle Obama is crying, Malia Obama is crying, Joe Biden is crying, I'm crying," wrote one widely shared tweet.

Farewell to the Obamas
Many referred to the alleged leaks as "yellow journalism".

Social media reacts to those Trump-Russia allegations
"We don't really get to see black baby bumps and when we do, people have a negative reaction to it, for some reason, like it's vulgar".

Pregnant model Porsche Thomas body-shamed for showing her belly