CNN Student News - April 3, 2015

CNN Student News - 04/03/15


    CNN Student News - 04/03/15


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April 3, 2015

We're starting with some international headlines today, covering events in Switzerland, Kenya and the Pacific Ocean. California's historic drought is now hitting home for many residents and businesses, who've been ordered to cut their water usage. We discuss two religious holidays being celebrated worldwide this weekend, and we take a look at a pair of subjects related to U.S. National Parks. It's all featured this Friday on CNN Student News.
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1. What nation voted to replace Goodluck Jonathan with Muhammadu Buhari as president?
2. Name the U.S. astronaut who recently blasted off for a nearly year-long mission to the International Space Station.
3. Hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, and horizontal drilling are methods of extracting what substance?
4. Despite his nickname "the Little Corporal," what historic conqueror was likely taller than other men of his era?
5. What nation is leading airstrikes against Yemen, following a governmental takeover there by Houthi rebels?
6. Though the spread of the Ebola virus appears to have stopped in Liberia and slowed down in Sierra Leone, new cases have increased in what West African nation?
7. During what period of European history was an eye ointment described that's now showing effectiveness against a modern-day superbug?
8. Scientists have fitted certain insects, members of the family Blattidae, with tiny backpacks that manipulate their neural systems. Name these insects.
9. In what body of water is Typhoon Maysak, which is threatening to make landfall in an island nation this weekend?
10. What two religious holidays will be celebrated around the world this weekend?
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