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A 2010 study found that 48% of soda fountain contained fecal bacteria, and 11% contained E. Coli.
The year 2010 was the warmest on record.
78% of software installed in China in 2010 was pirated.
In 2010, General Electric made over US$14 billion in profits but paid US$0 in taxes in the U.S.
In 2010, the Catholic Church had an income of US$97 billion.
Slavery was not made a statutory offense in the UK until April 6, 2010.
TV show “16 and pregnant” and spin-offs may have prevented about 20,000 teen pregnancies in 2010, a study says.
In 2010, a Canadian man rescued a newborn baby from a dumpster, only to find out he was the father.
The First World War officially ended on October 3, 2010.
In 2010, Singapore bought millions of tonnes of sand from Cambodia in order to expand its coastline.
Cancer mortality rate has fallen from 215 deaths per 100,000 people in 1991 to 172 deaths per 100,000 people in 2010.
Germany made its final reparations payment from the WW1 Treaty of Versailles in 2010.
Google has been acquiring 2 companies per month since 2010.
In 2010, a clown called “Tiririca” announced he would run for Congress in Brazil. He became the most-voted-for congressman of the election.
A dead man in Puerto Rico was embalmed and displayed riding his motorcycle for his wake in 2010.
TV Show “Seinfeld” made US$2.7 billion on reruns through June 2010 since it went off the air in 1998.
In 2010, the country of Ghana, in Africa, banned the sale of secondhand underwear.
Siri was supposed to be for Android and BlackBerry phones before Siri Inc. was bought by Apple back in April of 2010.
In 2010, a 2-year-old boy from Indonesia, Ardi Rizal, made headlines for having a 40-a-day smoking habit.
In 2010, Nicaragua accidentally invaded Costa Rica because of a mistake in Google Maps.