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March 13, 2015
Today, we're covering news related to social studies, political science, astronomy and character. Hear about some of the recent events that have put the city of Ferguson, Missouri on edge once again. Visit the nation of Israel ahead of its upcoming elections. And learn how a young CNN Hero is helping people around the world, one book at a time.
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1. In what city would you find the Edmund Pettus Bridge, the scene of a series of a civil rights marches in 1965?
2. One year after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared, in what body of water is the main search for it taking place?
3. In what city would you find the Colosseum that dates back to the year 70 A.D.?
4. The United Arab Emirates forms the southern border of what body of water?
5. Name the vast region in northern Asia where the appearance of mysterious craters has puzzled scientists.
6. The World Health Organization, an agency of the United Nations, issued a warning for people ages 12-35 concerning what health issue?
7. What Middle Eastern nation, a theocratic republic, has both a president and a supreme leader?
8. Name the invention developed by Christopher Latham Sholes in the late 1800s that was once named the Remington.
9. In what nation did a village claim to have received 100.8 inches of snow in 18 hours, which would be a world record if it's confirmed?
10. What Middle Eastern nation, a parliamentary democracy, is planning to hold elections next Tuesday?
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