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November 6, 2015

As investigators try to figure out what brought down a plane over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, we're exploring the flight tracking information that could offer some clues. As voters in Myanmar (Burma) prepare to head to the polls, we're looking at the political and social influence of Aung San Suu Kyi. And as high-resolution video provides incredible images of the sun, we're comparing the heat on its surface to that of a lightning bolt on Earth. Plus: random hot dog facts!
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WEEKLY NEWSQUIZ
1. President Obama recently announced the deployment of dozens of U.S. Special Operations troops to what civil war-torn country?
2. What world capital is preparing to host the "COP21" meeting, where more than 40,000 delegates from 195 countries will be gathering in late November?
3. On Tuesday's show, what U.S. city was mentioned as having recently received earthquakes of magnitudes 3.2, 4.1 and 4.0 on the same night?
4. Name the region of Egypt, a peninsula, where Kogalymavia (Metrojet) Flight 9268 crashed en route to Russia last weekend.
5. Including Tropical Cyclone Chapala, which made landfall this week, how many tropical cyclones have been recorded in the Middle Eastern country of Yemen?
6. The Peshmerga and the YPG are two combat units of what Middle Eastern ethnic group?
7. As reported on Wednesday's show, roughly what percentage of vehicle crashes in the U.S. are due to human error?
8. Name the popular, Pacific resort island where many travelers were stranded after a volcano erupted nearby, prompting the cancellations of hundreds of flights.
9. According to a new study, how many hours per day, on average, are U.S. teenagers spending with all forms of electronic media?
10. In what Asian country, home to politician and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, are people to set to vote in their first free election in decades?
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