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  • Use the clues to figure out the word or phrase that is being described
  • Write your answers in the space provided
  • Today's Newsquiz includes the Media Literacy Question of the Day

(CNN Student News) -- April 9, 2010

Media Literacy Question of the Day

In your opinion, how might a meeting between representatives of different governments be portrayed differently by the news media in each of their home countries?

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Get a clue -- Use each of the following clues to figure out the word or phrase that is being described from stories you saw on CNN Student News this week. Write your answers in the space provided.

1. This U.S. Supreme Court justice said that he will likely step down during Barack Obama's presidency.

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2. This nation's president says that he won't abandon his duties even though his government has been taken over by opposition leaders.

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3. This federal agency is making some changes to how passengers are screened when they fly into the U.S.

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4. Afghan President Hamid Karzai said that he won't let NATO forces launch an operation around this city until local leaders approve.

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5. Some ministers participated in this movement during Easter services to try to raise awareness about under-privileged children.

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6. A 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit this region of Mexico on Sunday evening.

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7. Kevin's Krew is a program that tries to provide a positive influence to kids through this sport.

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8. This U.S. state experienced a deadly mine explosion on Monday.

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9. This U.S. city's mayor proposed shutting down some city services two days a week to help solve a budget crisis.

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10. Demonstrators known as "Red Shirts" want this country's former prime minister returned to power.

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