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From terrorist attacks to some bizarre happenings, this year was filled with tons of stories. In #Pulselist 2015 we present to you the top 10 most read world stories this year.

2015 is on it's way out and lots of interesting things happened around the world.

From terrorist attacks to some bizarre happenings, this year was filled with tons of stories. In #Pulselist 2015 we present to you the top 10 most read world stories this year.

1. The most read world story in the Pulse World category is

US President's official vehicle "The Beast" play

US President's official vehicle "The Beast"

(AP/Amanda Macias)

This article details the various features of the US President's official car which is known as the beast. It cost a whooping $1.5M to build from scratch. You missed it, click on the link below to read it.

8 facts about US President's official vehicle "The Beast"

2. Coming in number 2 is

An expose of the late Obama bin Laden's secret hide out. CNN reports that the images were quietly introduced as evidence in the latest major terrorism trial of the al Quaeda leader's lieutenant Khaled al-Fawwaz. You can read the full story here. See newly released photos of late terrorist's hide-out

3. The number 3 most read world story for 2015 is

A Nigerian, Daniel Enemuo and 5 others have been executed by firing squad in Indonesia after being convicted of drug trafficking.

The story of Daniel Enemuo who was executed along with 5 other people for drug related offences in Indonesia. All pleas by various countries fell on deaf ears as they were killed as the law in Indonesia states. You can read the full story here Nigerian, 5 others executed by firing squad 

4. In number 4 we have

Barack Obama in Ethiopia, A 21-gun salute greeted the US president as he arrived for the talks in Addis Ababa on Sunday, July 26.

Ethiopians calling President Obama evil because of his stand on gay rights. A rainbow could be said to have caused the rant, as they decided to remind Obama that rainbow was a promise of God to mankind and does not represent gay rights. Read it for yourself here Ethiopians call US President 'evil' over gay stand, say he's not welcome

5. Number 5 is

U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd L) embraces his half-sister Auma Obama (L) and is greeted by Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta (R) as he arrives aboard Air Force One at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi July 24, 2015.

Obama's direct African ancestry is a pride of joy for a lot of Africans. No better claim to the number one man might surpass him actually having an actual living half sister, who received him on his arrival in Kenya. See the pictures here US President arrives Kenya, received by half sister

6. Number 6 most read world story of 2015 is

The unveiling of the deadly ISIS executioner popular know as Jihadi John but who's real name is Mohammed Emwazi. He carries out the executions of hostages. See the full story here This is the face of deadly ISIS executioner

7. In number 7 is

U.S President, Barack Obama

The mysterious device found in the White House by the Secret Agents. What the device is and who planted it was not known or at least so they say. You can read it for yourself here Mysterious ‘device’ discovered in Obama’s residence

8. In number 8 we have

US President, Barack Obama with Kenyan counterpart, Uhuru Kenyatta

The story of Obama refusing Kenya's president Kenyatta's gift. Some people believe that refusing a gift is rude and might even bring bad luck, but Obama had good reasons to. See why here Why Obama refused Kenyan President’s gifts

9. The 9th most read world story in 2015 is

ISIS.

The story of the Nigerian in danger of being executed by ISIS. Ibrahim Adeola, born May 24, 1979,  in Imo State was kidnapped in Libya. Read the full story here Nigerian faces possible beheading by notorious terror group

10. And the number 10 most read story in 2015 was

U.S. gay ruling inspires hope and revulsion in Africa

The reactions of Africans to the US gay ruling by the Supreme Court. All over Africa the chorus of homophobic disapproval at the landmark U.S. decision rang out loud and clear. You can see read the various reactions here U.S. gay ruling inspires hope and revulsion in Africa

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