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Current Events Quiz, March 5, 2012



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
President Obama is scheduled to meet on Monday with this world leader to discuss, in part, how to deal with Iran's nuclear program.

 
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Question 2.
It was announced last week that _______________ had won European Union candidate status, putting the country on track for membership in the 27-country bloc.

 
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Question 3.
North Korea agreed last week that in exchange for U.S. aid it would

 
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Question 4.
Russia and China joined western powers last week in a rare unanimous statement by the UN Security Council. This statement deplored the humanitarian situation in ____________ and called on the government to allow the UN humanitarian chief immediate and unhindered access to the country.

 
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Question 5.
A group of pro-democracy campaigners under detention in Egypt as part of a trial against Non-Governmental Organizations have been

 
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Question 6.
Russians went to the polls last weekend in order to

 
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Question 7.
Last Friday Iranians were also voting

 
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Question 8.
Syria made news last week by refusing to allow __________________ to enter a neighborhood in Homs, a key center of anti-government resistance.

 
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Question 9.
Most members of the European Union signed a treaty last week that sought to strengthen

 
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Question 10.
Wikileaks angered the U.S. government again last week when it began publishing more than 5 million confidential emails obtained from

 
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