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Question 1: A newborn abducted after her mother was slashed was found alive Tuesday in excellent condition, and a suspect was arrested. What kind of marking ultimately saved 11-day-old Abigale Lynn Woods?

A. Freckles on her face
B. A tattoo on her forearm
C. A birthmark on her forehead
D. A mole on her cheek

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Question 2: On Wednesday, during a speech to world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez blamed the United States for all the world's problems, and he called President Bush a what?

A. an angel
B. a devil
C. America's savior
D. a Yankee

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Question 3: On Tuesday, Walt Disney Co. chief executive Robert Iger said that company sold a large number of digital copies of films through Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes store in less than a week, generating $1 million. How many were sold?

A. 1,250,000
B. 1,250
C. 12,500

D. 125,000

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Question 4: On Tuesday, Muslims in Turkey, Iraq, and the Palestinian territories demanded that Pope Benedict XVI make a clear apology for his remarks on Islam, instead of saying only that he was "deeply sorry" that Muslims had taken offense. In the meantime, what protests and violence has persisted across the Muslim world?

A. Pakistani Kashmiri protesters in Muzaffarabad burned an effigy of Pope Benedict XVI
B. Veiled Muslim women in Amman, Jordan, held posters during a protest against Pope Benedict XVI
C. Iraqis burned an effigy of Pope Benedict XVI during a demonstration in Basra, Iraq

D. All of the above

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Question 5: On Tuesday, Thailand's military launched a coup and took power from Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra after mounting criticism that he had undermined democracy. The bloodless coup was the first overt military intervention in the Thai political scene since when?

A. 1971
B. 1981
C. 2001

D. 1991

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(AP)
Question 6: On Thursday, space shuttle Atlantis glided to a safe landing, ending a 12-day mission whose smooth success was briefly upstaged by the high drama caused by mysterious floating debris. How many astronauts were on board?

A. 10
B. 5
C. 6
D. 8

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Question 7: On Wednesday in Beerwah, Australia, in an emotional farewell to her father, "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin, Bindi Irwin delivered a eulogy at his memorial at Australia Zoo. What was Irwin's catchword?

A. Little Bugger
B. Crikey
C. Dr. Dolittle
D. Dundee

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(AP)
Question 8: On Wednesday, a drunken Chinese migrant worker jumped into a panda enclosure at the Beijing Zoo, was bitten by the bear and retaliated by chomping down on the animal's back. A zookeeper got the panda, named Gu Gu, under control by doing what?

A. letting him out of his cage
B. throwing him some food

C. spraying it with water
D. giving him 4 jugs of beer

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Question 9: On Thursday, Wal-Mart said it will begin selling nearly 300 generic drugs for as low as $4 a prescription. The program will be tested in one state first, and then the company hopes to expand it to other states. Which state will be first?

A. Georgia
B. North Carolina
C. South Carolina
D. Florida

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(AP)
Question 10: On Wednesday, the New York Yankees won their ninth straight American League East division title. The Yankees became the second team to qualify for the playoffs this season after the Mets, whose Monday win marked the first NL East title since when?

A. 1988
B. 1996
C. 2005
D. 2000

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Bonus: On Tuesday, Bill Maher joined Sean Hannity and Alan Colmes to talk about the "CBS Evening News" controversy, claiming that they didn't let him discuss religion in their “Free Speech” segment. What show does Maher host?

A. Dancing with the Stars
B. Late Night

C. Real Time
D. Today Show

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