Vote for the top International story of 2011

Shortlist: Bin Laden death; world protests; massacre in Norway; Royal Wedding; earthquake, tsunami in Japan.

December 24, 2011 19:30

Japan tsunami 521. (photo credit: Reuters)


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There's no question, 2011 was a year of unprecedented events across the world. From dynamic changes in the world's governments to environmental disasters that forever shifted continents, 2011 was a year to remember.

From the United States' assassination of Osama bin Laden, protests on nearly every continent, the massacres on Utoyea Island and Oslo in Norway, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton to the earthquake, tsunami and subsequent nuclear meltdown in Japan, history was made around every corner. Which stories had the biggest impact on you in 2011?

Click here to vote for the Top International story of 2011.

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