(CNN Student News) -- February 21, 2014
As violence between protesters and police gets worse in Ukraine, we take an in-depth look at why the country is so divided. We also bring you a look at Korean reunions for which some people have waited a lifetime. Other topics covered this Friday include ways to address loneliness and an anniversary concerning John Glenn.
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1. Caracas is the capital of what South American nation?
2. What kind of depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain brought on by shorter days and longer nights?
3. What Washington, D.C. monument was the backdrop for Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech?
4. What agency of the U.S. government tests the fuel economy of new cars?
5. What is the term for a presidential mandate that does not need to go through Congress?
6. What NBA team signed Kevin Grow to a two-day contract?
7. In what city, the capital of Thailand, have protesters been camped out for months, demanding that the prime minister step down?
8. In what city, the capital of Ukraine, have violent protests been taking place?
9. Who was the first American to travel into orbit?
10. From what world leader did high school football kicker Isaac Lufkin recently receive a letter of praise?
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