CNN Student News - April 15, 2016

CNN Student News - 04/15/16


    CNN Student News - 04/15/16


CNN Student News - 04/15/16 10:00

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April 15, 2016

Russian jets make an extremely close overflight of a U.S. ship, CNN obtains video that's believed to prove that a number of kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls are alive, and we take an in-depth look at some of the methods that could be used to sway delegates at a contested political convention.
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1. A person known as the "Man in the Hat," who's suspected of roles in multiple terrorist attacks, was recently arrested in what city?
2. In what country would you find the Mosul Dam, which is built on gypsum rock and must be maintained by grouting daily?
3. What is the name of the SpaceX rocket that recently made history with an intact landing after carrying the Dragon cargo capsule into orbit?
4. What U.S. government position is held by John Kerry, who recently made a historic visit to a memorial in Hiroshima, Japan?
5. Name the country, the second-most populated in the world, where the average income per capita is around $600 per year.
6. What militant group, which previously ruled Afghanistan, still operates in that country and Pakistan and is sometimes a recruitment source for ISIS?
7. Name the U.S. Speaker of the House, who said this week that he didn't want and wouldn't accept a possible presidential nomination.
8. To date, what South American country has been the most affected by the dangerous Zika virus?
9. What nation has the most extreme and violent weather on Earth?
10. A U.S. Navy destroyer recently witnessed an extremely close overflight by unarmed fighter jets from what country?
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