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Current Events Quiz, October 3, 2011

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Anwar al-Awlaki, considered by many to be the most dangerous man in Al Qaeda's network, was killed last week

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Question 2.
European Union leaders issued a warning this week to _______________ over its trial of former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko.

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Question 3.
It was reported last week that China will respond to America's $5.9 billion arms sales to Taiwan by

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Question 4.
According to a new report, inflation in the troubled Eurozone has

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Question 5.
Surveillance data from the recent attack on America's embassy in Kabul has reportedly revealed links between the anti-American Haqqani network and their handlers in

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Question 6.
On Sunday it was announced that many important figures who oppose this country's government have joined a united opposition group.

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Question 7.
In what some have described as a turning point in the struggle of Syria's anti-government protest movement, a band of Syrian soldiers last week

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Question 8.
In an effort to reduce Europe's dependence on Russian gas, BP is planning a gas pipeline to Europe from

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Question 9.
This body is planning to meet to consider how to handle the Palestinian request for full membership.

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Question 10.
A new split has emerged among European countries over the terms of a bailout to this country, which has struggled to reduce its deficits in the face of strident domestic protests against these austerity measures.

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