CNN Student News - March 27, 2015

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March 27, 2015

A mystery in Europe: Why would a Germanwings co-pilot allegedly crash a passenger plane in a remote part of France? We're looking at new information in the incident. Also, we're reporting on events in a Middle Eastern country that's on the brink of civil war. Our two last stories include a new AAA report on distracted driving and the discovery of a historic (and massive) type of newt.
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WEEKLY NEWSQUIZ
1. In what world capital is North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un planning to attend a World War II victory celebration?
2. What country has the largest population of the world's wild tigers?
3. Name the U.S. senator who declared his candidacy for president on Monday, launching the first major campaign of the 2016 political season.
4. In what year was the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ratified, abolishing slavery in the country?
5. On Tuesday, President Obama announced that just under 10,000 U.S. troops would remain in what country until the end of the year?
6. A Germanwings passenger plane crashed on Tuesday in a remote part of what mountain range?
7. Name the region where you would find the Mass Transit Railway, which carries almost 3.5 million people per weekday.
8. Name the two U.S. food companies, which include brands like Ore-Ida and Capri Sun, that are planning to merge their businesses.
9. What body of water is the lowest lake on Earth and is slowly drying up because neighboring nations are draining the Jordan River?
10. Saudi Arabia led airstrikes in what neighboring country on Thursday, targeting areas held by Houthi rebels?
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