CNN Student News - March 6, 2015

CNN Student News - 03/06/15


    CNN Student News - 03/06/15


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March 6, 2015

Winter weather causes a state of emergency in Kentucky, a near-record amount of snow in Massachusetts, and an airline incident in New York. We discuss the Boko Haram terrorist group and the economic impact it's having on some parts of Africa. And we look into the history of daylight-saving time, as Americans prepare to spring forward on Sunday morning.
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1. Who is the prime minister of Israel, who spoke before the U.S. Congress on Tuesday?
2. What ancient trade route, named for a material and traveled by Marco Polo, once connected China and Rome?
3. In what city did thousands of people march in remembrance of former Russian Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov?
4. In what country would you find the city of Tikrit, where coalition-trained troops are fighting ISIS terrorists to retake the town?
5. What substance, a result of a sublimator issue, appeared in an astronaut's helmet following a spacewalk on Sunday?
6. What company is the world's largest manufacturer of tires?
7. A person born in 1989 would belong to the generation known by what nickname?
8. The leaders of the U.S. and Israel disagree over a deal involving a controversial nuclear program in what other Middle Eastern country?
9. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is on trial for his alleged role in a terrorist attack in what U.S. city?
10. During what conflict did the U.S. first institute the practice of daylight-saving time?
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