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January 24, 2014
Our last show of the week covers violent protests in the Ukrainian capital, a conference of mayors in the U.S. capital, and cyber crime that could affect some shoppers' capital. We also look into what the NFL plans to do regarding the Super Bowl if a Farmer's Almanac forecast is accurate.
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Weekly Newsquiz: The following questions relate to events that were covered this week on CNN Student News. Write your answers in the space provided.
1. What U.S. government agency's controversial surveillance program was recently addressed by President Obama?
2. What important event in the Civil Rights Movement included Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech?
3. What is the name of the spacecraft that European Space Agency scientists "woke up" this week?
4. Who is the leader of the country where the upcoming Winter Olympic Games will be held?
5. What building, at a height of 1,776 feet, is the tallest in the U.S.?
6. In what city, known for its neutrality, did diplomats gather this week to discuss Syria's civil war?
7. What elected position usually serves as the chief executive of a city?
8. What Caribbean island nation's bobsledding team was once the subject of a Disney movie?
9. In what state will this year's Super Bowl be held?
10. What does 13-year-old McClain Hermes collect and distribute to people in need?
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