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(CNN Student News) -- April 24, 2009

Where in the world? -- You've heard many different places mentioned this week on CNN Student News. Show you know your news by identifying the location described in each clue. Write your answers in the space provided.

1. The African National Congress (ANC) is expected to win this nation's presidential election.

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2. A foundation rated the health of this U.S. body of water as a 28 on a scale of 100 due to pollution.

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3. This Pakistani capital is about 60 miles away from territory controlled by the Taliban.

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4. The president of this Latin American country gave President Barack Obama a book as a gift at the Summit of the Americas.

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5. Archaeologists believe that recently uncovered tombs could contain the remains of this ancient empire's queen, Cleopatra.

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6. A science academy in this U.S. city is the greenest museum in the world due to its environmentally-friendly innovations.

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7. American freelance journalist Roxana Saberi was sentenced to eight years in prison in this nation.

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8. This North Carolina city is printing its own currency, called the "Plenty," in an effort to energize the local economy.

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9. This nation, the second-largest economy in the world, is seeing a shift in the eating habits of its people from traditional meals to fast food.

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10. According to U.S. military commanders, American forces remain stalemated against Taliban militants in the southern region of this country.

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