CNN Student News - May 1, 2015

CNN Student News - 05/01/15


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May 1, 2015

In Yellowstone National Park, there's a plume of hot rock that's believed to be large enough to fill the Grand Canyon 14 times! It's one subject covered this Friday, along with reports concerning investigations in Baltimore and the governing methods of ISIS. Also, what is a "Blue Zone," and what might residents in one such area be doing to live longer and healthier lives?
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1. What is the capital of Nepal, which was affected by a major earthquake last weekend?
2. What was the magnitude of the earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25?
3. What is the point on the Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake?
4. What U.S. city saw peaceful protests and riots during the same week as the funeral for Freddie Gray?
5. What is the most popular sport in Cuba, where some American NBA greats recently traveled to host a training camp?
6. Name one of the teams playing in the first Major League Baseball game that was not open to the public.
7. During the Vietnam War, what city was the capital of South Vietnam?
8. In what country would you find the Sambisa Forest, where military troops recently destroyed several Boko Haram terrorist camps?
9. Name one of the two countries in which ISIS terrorists govern large swaths of territory.
10. What geyser sits atop a plume of hot rock that's believed to be large enough to fill the Grand Canyon 14 times?
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