CNN Student News - January 15, 2016

CNN Student News - 1/15/16


    CNN Student News - 1/15/16


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January 15, 2016

The U.S. stock market isn't the only one that got off to a rough start in 2016. Today, you'll find out how other nations have been affected and how exactly oil, China and the U.S. dollar factor in. After that, we're examining political and social divisions in Turkey, and we're discussing the development of the human brain. Please note that our show will be off the air next Monday, January 18 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday.
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1. Pyongyang is the capital of what country, which shares one of the most heavily militarized borders in the world?
2. Seoul is the capital of what country, which shares one of the most heavily militarized borders in the world?
3. In what nation was the publication of Mein Kampf banned until the book's copyright expired on January 1, 2016?
4. Article II, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution says the president shall "give to the Congress information of" what?
5. What U.S. president started the tradition of delivering a written State of the Union address?
6. Name two of the three cities that the Rams of the National Football League have called home.
7. Name the U.S. city where a decision involving the water supply led to increased levels of contaminants in residents' tap water.
8. What is the capital of Indonesia, where terrorists recently targeted an area frequently visited by foreigners?
9. What is the largest city in Turkey, where terrorists recently targeted a historic site that's now a major tourist attraction?
10. Hong Kong's government has proposed a ban on the sale and purchase of what valuable material, which has been used in the production of jewelry and figurines?
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