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  2. Wikipedia:Most read articles in 2010

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    The top 1000 articles included "Search", "wiki", "United States", "Avatar", "Lady GaGa", "Justin Bieber" ( # 12), YouTube, Deaths in 2010, Deepwater Horizon oil spill , Haiti, Glee (TV series) and Lost (TV series), with many celebrities or films ranking very high.

  3. Wikipedia:Press coverage 2010 - Wikipedia

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    Report of a spin doctor's attempt to "clean up" his clients Wikipedia page causes an editing war. "BBC top for attracting ABC1 website users". Bluhalo. part of the GyroHSR network. 11 February 2010. A study looking into which UK websites attract the highest proportion of ABC1 consumers has ranked the BBC top in this regard.

  4. List of fake news websites - Wikipedia

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    70 News. A WordPress -hosted site that published a false news story, stating that Donald Trump had won the popular vote in the 2016 United States presidential election; the fake story rose to the top in searches for "final election results" on Google News . ABCnews.com .co (defunct) Owned by Paul Horner.

  5. Russian Sleep Experiment - Wikipedia

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    it is considered by some to be the greatest and most shared creepypasta story ever made and dread central 's josh millican has called it "one of the most shocking and impactful urban legends of the internet age" much of the online and offline debate surrounds the belief held by many that the story is real rather than fiction, and many articles …

  6. List of suicides in the 21st century - Wikipedia

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    British fashion designer Alexander McQueen died by suicide in 2010. N Azade Namdari, Iranian Television producer and Presenter who died by suicide at age 36 on March 26, 2021. O P Olympic medalist skier Jeret Peterson died by suicide in 2011. Leila Pahlavi, the Princess of Iran, who died by suicide in 2001. Q R Sushant Singh Rajput Roh Moo-hyun S

  7. List of unsolved deaths - Wikipedia

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    Diana Barrymore (38), was an American actress who acted both on the stage and in movies and is a relative of American actress Drew Barrymore. Diana died before Drew was born. On 25 January 1960, Diana Barrymore died in her hometown of New York City. At first her death was said to be the result of a drug overdose.

  8. CNN - Wikipedia

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    CNN+ (CNN Plus) was a Spanish language 24-hour television news channel that was launched in 1999 as a joint venture by Sogecable and Turner Broadcasting. It went off the air at the end of December 28, 2010. The management announced that CNN+ would be closed on December 31, 2010. Major events Gulf War

  9. Death of Brian Wells - Wikipedia

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    4.1 Death of Robert Pinetti 4.2 Murder of James Roden 4.3 Diehl-Armstrong and Barnes charged 4.4 Diehl-Armstrong trial 4.5 Hoopsick confession 5 Media attention 6 In fiction 7 See also 8 Notes 9 References 10 External links Biography Brian Wells was born in Warren, Pennsylvania, to Rose and Harold Wells, the latter of whom was a Korean War veteran.

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