(CNN Student News) -- August 23, 2013
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1. What country's former president, Pervez Musharraf, has been charged with murder and placed under house arrest?
2. What U.S. intelligence agency, established in 1952, collects foreign information and protects U.S. information?
3. Mark Zuckerberg is one of the founders of what social media company?
4. What 1972 NFL team remains the only one to finish with a perfect season?
5. What is the name of the massive cruise ship that ran aground off the coast of Italy last year?
6. In the U.S. music industry, what is the highest category for recording sales: diamond, gold or platinum?
7. Bashar al-Assad is the president of what country?
8. What war, which began in 1950, never officially ended with a peace treaty?
9. What country gave temporary asylum to U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden?
10. What U.S. professional sports league is planning to expand its use of instant replay?
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