On Wednesday, Facebook revealed the most talked-about events on the social network for 11 countries, including the U.S., U.K., Australia and France.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the single most talked about event in the U.S. was the presidential election, followed by the Super Bowl and the death of Whitney Houston, the last of which was a top trending topic in several other countries as well. Hurricane Sandy ranked fourth on the list in the U.S.
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