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Current Events Quiz, July 25, 2011

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Twin terror attacks on Friday killed 93 people in

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Question 2.
The main suspect in the attacks mentioned in question #1 is reportedly

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Question 3.
Last week Serbia arrested its last war crimes suspect from the 1990s Balkan wars and turned him over to

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Question 4.
Syrian forces last week escalated their attacks on the city of

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Question 5.
The United Nations officially declared a famine in the east African country of ___________________, calling it the country's "worst food security crisis in the last 20 years."

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Question 6.
A new report this past week showed that manufacturing output in the troubled Eurozone _______________________ in July.

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Question 7.
European leaders agreed last Thursday on a $157 billion bailout plan for the country of ______________________, a plan that is expected to trigger the first debt default by a eurozone country.

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Question 8.
The FBI has accused two men of funneling $4 million from Pakistan's government to illegally lobby Congress. They hoped to influence U.S. policy on

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Question 9.
Canada has agreed to deport China's most-wanted fugitive, who is accused of

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Question 10.
As of Sunday there was great worry that international financial markets (beginning Monday morning in Asia) could react badly to America' failure to reach agreement on raising its debt ceiling. The oft-cited date on which the U.S. could default on its obligations is

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