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2011 Year in Review: The Most Popular Videos from YouTube

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Check out the 10 most popular videos of 2011 from YouTube.

This was a year marked by some major moments at the White House -- and we were fortunate enough to capture a lot of them on film. Check out the top 10 most popular videos of the year from YouTube:

On May 1, 2011, President Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been slain by U.S. forces.

Watch President Obama's full remarks here.

On January 25, 2011, President Obama traveled to Capitol Hill to give a State of the Union address.

Watch President Obama's full remarks here.

In the Weekly Address on Christmas Eve, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama offered a holiday tribute to the men and women of the U.S. military.

Watch President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama's full remarks here.

As part of his appearance at the 2011 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, President Obama showed a trailer for a proposed White House sequel to "The King's Speech."

Watch the video here.

To accompany the President’s State of the Union address, the White House put together an enhanced broadcast with charts, graphs, and other visual aids.

Watch the video here.

In March, President Obama marked Nowruz -- the Iranian New Year celebration -- with a message directly to the people of Iran.

Watch President Obama's message to the people of Iran here.

On April 30, 2011, President Obama cracked a few jokes at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.

Watch President Obama's full remarks here.

After a gunman opened fire on a crowd in Tucson in January, President Obama spoke at a memorial event for victims in Arizona.

Watch President Obama's full remarks here.

On October 21, 2011, President Obama fulfilled a promise -- and announced that all US troops would leave Iraq by the end of the year.

Watch President Obama's full remarks here.

To accompany the President's speech to Congress about the American Jobs Act, the White House put together an enhanced broadcast.

Watch the broadcast here.