#WhatsTrending 16.11.2015: Paris, MTN, Muslims

In order to keep you updated on what is happening in Africa and around the world, we have compiled a run-down of the top trending stories on social media.

MTN: Mobile phone giant MTN says Nigeria has dropped a 16 November deadline for it to pay a $5.2bn (£2.7bn) fine, as negotiations between the two sides continue over the firm’s failure to register 5.1 million subscribers.

Anas: Ghana’s undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas removes mask for BBC Africa and reveals new face.  In case you missed the interview, watch it below:

Paris Attacks: One minute Europe wide silence observed to remember the lives lost in the Paris bombings.

Muslims: Muslims on social media are coming together to condemn extremist activities following the attacks on Paris.

Meanwhile, a woman has been arrested after a posting on Facebook that Muslims are not welcome in a beauty salon.

Kenyan: The killings in Paris have brought back vivid memories in Kenya of the deadly assaults on the Garissa University College and Westgate shopping centre by militant Islamists.

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