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(CNN Student News) -- April 14, 2008

1. According to the program: For how many years has the country of Sudan been engaged in internal conflict? What is the cause of the fighting?

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2. What type of humanitarian crisis has occurred as a result of the conflict in the Darfur region of Sudan?

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3. How did activists and survivors commemorate the Global Day for Darfur in London? Do you think that the Global Day for Darfur campaign will have an impact on the Darfur crisis? If so, how? If not, why not?

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4. What responsibility, if any, do you think that the international community has for resolving the crisis in Sudan?

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5. According to the program, why are the Chinese government and anti-Chinese protesters engaged in a war of words? What is each side's position?

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6. What is the Olympic Charter? According to the segment, what role is the Olympic Charter playing in this dispute?

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7. In your view, should participants and spectators be allowed to demonstrate or publicly express their political views at the Olympics? State your rationale.

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8. What is Wikipedia? If you wanted to learn about the U.S. presidential candidates, what online resources would you use and why?

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9. Based on the information in the program, do you think that Wikipedia will impact the outcome of the 2008 U.S. presidential election? Explain.

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10. If you are familiar with the Rubik's Cube, what mathematical principles do you think can be employed to solve it?

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