(CNN Student News) -- February 7, 2014
Get ready to go on a global tour of headlines: Today's coverage on CNN Student News takes students from Europe to South America to Asia. We also introduce you to a band of young people who are using music to defy stereotypes. And we'll finish with a footrace that elite athletes can run in under 12 minutes.
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Media Literacy Question of the Day:
How might media coverage of the Olympics vary from country to country?
Weekly Newsquiz: The following questions relate to events that were covered this week on CNN Student News. Write your answers in the space provided.
1. This week, Janet Yellen became the first woman to head what federal agency?
2. In what country did Mount Sinabung erupt, killing 15 people?
3. In this year's Winter Games, what Olympic event will include women for the first time?
4. What Asian country is politically divided over Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra?
5. What social media site celebrated its 10th anniversary this week?
6. What Olympic host city is known as the "Russian Riviera"?
7. What chain of pharmacies announced that it will stop selling tobacco products?
8. What kind of satellites does the U.S. government use to determine precision time?
9. Since what year have North Korea and South Korea been divided?
10. What is the most visited city in South America?
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