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Question 1: Who are the five permanent members of the UN Security Council?
Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • United States, Japan, United Kingdom, Germany, France - 21% (733)
  • China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, United States - 48% (1700)
  • United States, France, Germany, India, Canada - 5% (169)
  • Russia, United States, Germany,India, Japan - 3% (89)
  • No answer picked: 24% (847)
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    Question 2: What are, in order, the most populated nations today?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • China, India, the United States - 59% (2117)
  • The United States, China, Japan - 4% (146)
  • China, the United States, Japan - 4% (139)
  • India, China, Brazil - 10% (364)
  • No answer picked: 23% (834)
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    Question 4: Who was president of the United States during the (first, US-led Coalition against Iraq) Gulf War?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: United States

  • George W. Bush - 17% (2126)
  • Ronald Reagan - 6% (799)
  • Bill Clinton - 7% (902)
  • George H. Bush - 50% (6307)
  • No answer picked: 19% (2364)
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    Question 5: According to George W Bush, which three countries formed the Axis of Evil?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: United States

  • China, Cuba and Iraq - 7% (811)
  • South Korea, Iran and Syria - 7% (856)
  • Iraq, Iran and North Korea - 65% (8015)
  • Iraq, Iran and France - 3% (364)
  • No answer picked: 18% (2280)
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    Question 6: How many countries joined the European Union in 2004?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • two - 13% (448)
  • five - 23% (757)
  • eight - 17% (573)
  • ten - 18% (614)
  • No answer picked: 28% (946)
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    Question 7: Which African country has the biggest economy?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Nigeria - 9% (634)
  • South Africa - 54% (3644)
  • India - 5% (328)
  • Egypt - 12% (788)
  • No answer picked: 20% (1344)
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    Question 8: Which Latin American country defaulted (failed to pay its debts) in 2001, provoking a severe economic crisis?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Argentina - 37% (1290)
  • Brazil - 9% (317)
  • Mexico - 11% (380)
  • Venezuela - 17% (588)
  • No answer picked: 27% (959)
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    Question 9: Of the following countries, which one is a declared nuclear power?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Iran - 15% (547)
  • Pakistan - 37% (1323)
  • Japan - 13% (454)
  • Israel - 12% (412)
  • No answer picked: 23% (829)
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    Question 10: Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the longest serving asian Head of Government, retired in 2003. He was Prime Minister of:
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • China - 2% (68)
  • Indonesia - 22% (757)
  • Thailand - 8% (259)
  • Malaysia - 40% (1366)
  • No answer picked: 29% (980)
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    Question 11: What is the OPEC?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World

  • The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, a coordination group of petrol producers - 64% (7787)
  • The Organization for Peace and Economic Cooperation, a German left-wing lobby in favor of closer European unity - 13% (1563)
  • The Organised Production of Exchangeable Components, a manufacturing strategy pioneered by Ford - 4% (453)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2381)
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    Question 12: From which country were the majority of the 9/11 hijackers?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Iran - 12% (1514)
  • Syria - 7% (903)
  • Saudi Arabia - 43% (5397)
  • Pakistan - 19% (2387)
  • No answer picked: 19% (2319)
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    Question 13: Who was Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany before Angela Merkel?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Gerhard Schröder - 49% (2538)
  • Hans Chirac - 7% (386)
  • Helmut Kohl - 16% (833)
  • Edmund Stoiber - 5% (267)
  • No answer picked: 23% (1182)
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    Question 14: When was the WTO founded?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World

  • 1982 - 24% (799)
  • 1989 - 24% (795)
  • 1995 - 21% (707)
  • 1999 - 3% (108)
  • No answer picked: 27% (895)
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    Question 15: Which two countries were responsible for the training of the new Afghan army?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • The United Kingdom and Pakistan - 11% (349)
  • The United Kingdom and India - 4% (143)
  • The United States and France - 14% (458)
  • The United States and the United Kingdom - 44% (1476)
  • No answer picked: 27% (892)
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    Question 16: By which countries was the European Economic Community, the ancestor of the European Union, established?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • France, the United Kingdom, Germany and Belgium - 21% (736)
  • Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, Germany and Belgium - 12% (429)
  • France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands - 32% (1137)
  • Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany and Austria - 6% (218)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1003)
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    Question 17: What is the population of the United States (in 2003)?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: United States

  • 95 million - 6% (201)
  • 160 million - 13% (443)
  • 215 million - 20% (701)
  • 290 million - 36% (1286)
  • No answer picked: 26% (913)
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    Question 18: Who is Joseph Kabila?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • The son and successor of Laurent Kabila, the former dictator of the Democratic Republic of Congo - 46% (5675)
  • The first South African to travel to the International Space Station - 11% (1383)
  • The head of Brazil's fastest growing Evangelical Church - 9% (1095)
  • A Russian businessman of Roumanian origin imprisoned by President Putin for financing an opposition party - 10% (1206)
  • No answer picked: 24% (2912)
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    Question 19: Hillary Clinton is the current American Secretary of State. What would her position be called in most other countries?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: United States

  • Defence Minister - 8% (259)
  • Foreign Minister - 49% (1687)
  • Prime Minister - 11% (363)
  • Interior Minister - 10% (329)
  • No answer picked: 24% (811)
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    Question 20: Who was the last President of the USSR?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Others

  • Vladimir Putin - 17% (593)
  • Boris Yeltsin - 18% (642)
  • Mikhaïl Gorbachev - 39% (1393)
  • Andreï Gromyko - 3% (111)
  • No answer picked: 23% (824)
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    Question 22: Between which candidates was the second round of the 2002 French presidential election?
    Author: Pillager - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Chirac and Jospin - 15% (1017)
  • Jospin and Le Pen - 7% (495)
  • Chirac and Le Pen - 38% (2507)
  • Chirac and Mitterand - 15% (963)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1639)
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    Question 23: How many states does the Federal Republic of Germany consist of?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • 16 - 36% (1200)
  • 25 - 15% (514)
  • 50 - 3% (106)
  • Just one: Germany - 19% (634)
  • No answer picked: 27% (909)
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    Question 24: Which of these four nations does NOT hold a UN seat?
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Libya - 14% (961)
  • Taiwan - 41% (2745)
  • Israel - 6% (413)
  • Tonga - 18% (1206)
  • No answer picked: 21% (1438)
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    Question 25: Which of these four nations is NOT a member of OPEC?
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Venezuela - 13% (869)
  • Pakistan - 43% (2833)
  • Iran - 10% (658)
  • Nigeria - 13% (834)
  • No answer picked: 22% (1463)
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    Question 26: Which of those are EU members which have not adopted the Euro?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Britain, Sweden, Norway - 30% (1013)
  • Finland, Sweden, Norway - 7% (219)
  • Sweden, Britain, Denmark - 30% (1014)
  • Denmark, Luxemburg, Portugal - 6% (209)
  • No answer picked: 26% (879)
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    Question 27: Which of these countries is not a member of the Arab League?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Morocco - 9% (307)
  • Iran - 27% (922)
  • Mauritania - 21% (714)
  • Djibouti - 15% (505)
  • No answer picked: 28% (931)
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    Question 29: The Japanese legislative body is called:
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • the Diet - 40% (2682)
  • the Parliament - 13% (899)
  • the Senate - 7% (433)
  • the Duma - 18% (1227)
  • No answer picked: 21% (1419)
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    Question 30: Indonesia is predominantly:
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Buddhist - 17% (2166)
  • Hindu - 12% (1537)
  • Muslim - 49% (6206)
  • Christian - 4% (443)
  • No answer picked: 18% (2246)
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    Question 31: Which US president was the first to visit the People's Republic of China?
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: United States

  • Eisenhower - 9% (1105)
  • Kennedy - 16% (2015)
  • Reagan - 18% (2167)
  • Nixon - 38% (4666)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2426)
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    Question 32: Which country is NOT a NATO member?
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • France - 6% (216)
  • Sweden - 28% (947)
  • Norway - 13% (432)
  • Turkey - 25% (842)
  • No answer picked: 27% (896)
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    Question 33: The largest single purchase of land (in area) made by the United States in its development was from which nation:
    Author: Allan - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: United States

  • Spain - 10% (697)
  • France - 40% (2719)
  • Great Britain - 8% (534)
  • Mexico - 19% (1297)
  • No answer picked: 22% (1492)
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    Question 34: Of the following countries, which are members of the NAFTA?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World

  • Mexico, Canada and the United States - 46% (5726)
  • The United States, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama - 11% (1320)
  • Mexico, Brazil, Belize and Panama - 8% (1027)
  • The United States, Canada and the United Kingdom - 13% (1661)
  • No answer picked: 22% (2739)
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    Question 35: In which city is the International Criminal Court situated?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • New York - 9% (320)
  • Geneva - 19% (669)
  • The Hague - 45% (1585)
  • Rome - 3% (97)
  • No answer picked: 25% (877)
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    Question 36: Which country successfuly managed to place a man in orbit around the Earth recently, thus becoming the third nation with manned space capabilities?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Russia - 14% (1742)
  • Canada - 6% (806)
  • China - 54% (6807)
  • The United Kingdom - 5% (682)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2483)
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    Question 37: Who is Lula da Silva?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • The last Emperor of Mexico, executed at the beginning of the 19th century - 9% (328)
  • The left-wing President of Brazil - 46% (1608)
  • A high-ranking UN official killed in Bagdad - 8% (287)
  • The only latino in George Bush's cabinet - 8% (282)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1024)
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    Question 38: What is the name of the first black South African President?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Thabo Mbeki - 6% (744)
  • Nelson Mandela - 68% (8402)
  • Robert Mugabe - 5% (648)
  • Oliver Tambo - 3% (308)
  • No answer picked: 18% (2202)
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    Question 39: How long has Fidel Castro ruled Cuba?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • 20 years - 6% (205)
  • 35 years - 17% (632)
  • 45 years - 43% (1570)
  • 63 years - 10% (361)
  • No answer picked: 24% (853)
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    Question 40: Which of the following states was the first to declare independence from Yugoslavia?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Slovenia - 29% (974)
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina - 17% (575)
  • Croatia - 20% (666)
  • Macedonia - 8% (271)
  • No answer picked: 27% (924)
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    Question 41: There are two big parties in German politics, one is Conservative, the other is...
    Author: Hitro - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Liberal - 15% (1781)
  • Socialist - 17% (2080)
  • Social Democrat - 43% (5276)
  • Fascist - 6% (774)
  • No answer picked: 19% (2330)
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    Question 42: Which country/countries has/have the most representatives in the European parliament?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Germany - 21% (682)
  • France - 8% (275)
  • Germany and France with the same amount each - 19% (603)
  • Germany, France and Britain with the same amount each - 24% (785)
  • No answer picked: 28% (905)
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    Question 43: After WW2 Germany was divided (into occupation zones) between which victorious powers?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • The United States and the USSR - 20% (2562)
  • The United States, the United Kingdom and the USSR - 17% (2079)
  • The United States, the United Kingdom, the USSR and Canada - 5% (669)
  • The United States, the United Kingdom, the USSR and France - 37% (4701)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2527)
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    Question 44: What's the name of Germany's lower house of parliament?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Bundesrat - 14% (477)
  • Bundestag - 45% (1559)
  • Bundesversammlung - 7% (257)
  • Bundeskanzler - 8% (282)
  • No answer picked: 26% (904)
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    Question 45: Linguistically, which of these countries is not part of Scandinavia?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Sweden - 7% (473)
  • Norway - 6% (396)
  • Finland - 40% (2726)
  • Denmark - 25% (1721)
  • No answer picked: 22% (1498)
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    Question 46: Which of these names is not closely connected with political theory?
    Author: Hitro - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • Thomas Hobbes - 16% (547)
  • Karl Marx - 9% (302)
  • John Locke - 14% (467)
  • Friedrich Schiller - 36% (1229)
  • No answer picked: 26% (899)
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    Question 47: George Bush and Tony Blair are famous for their closeness. To which of the following pairs have they been compared?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • George Bush Senior and John Major - 8% (276)
  • Ronald Reagan and Margaret Tatcher - 39% (1353)
  • Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower - 23% (809)
  • Ian Duncan Smith and Bill Clinton - 3% (100)
  • No answer picked: 26% (912)
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    Question 48: Before Chirac and Schroeder, other French Presidents and German Chancellors famously worked together. Of the following, which formed a comparable team?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • François Mitterand and Helmut Kohl - 35% (1183)
  • Valerie Giscard d'Estaing and Helmut Kohl - 10% (347)
  • François Mitterand and Konrad Adenauer - 13% (444)
  • Charles de Gaulle and Gerhard Schroeder - 11% (381)
  • No answer picked: 30% (1019)
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    Question 49: Which language is the mother tongue of the largest number of EU citizens?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • French - 17% (610)
  • English - 17% (618)
  • German - 37% (1315)
  • Spanish - 6% (213)
  • No answer picked: 22% (777)
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    Question 50: In which of the following countries was GNP growth SLOWEST in 2002?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • United States - 20% (645)
  • China - 7% (241)
  • Japan - 27% (864)
  • Germany - 18% (591)
  • No answer picked: 28% (910)
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    Question 51: Of the following countries, which is not included in the negotiations on the etablisment of a 'Free Trade Area of the Americas'?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • The United States - 8% (959)
  • Venezuela - 11% (1345)
  • Brazil - 6% (719)
  • Cuba - 55% (6765)
  • No answer picked: 21% (2552)
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    Question 52: Which of these countries are part of the Mercosur?
    Author: Luiz - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay - 14% (467)
  • Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay - 26% (877)
  • Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile - 21% (699)
  • Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Bolivia - 8% (271)
  • No answer picked: 30% (1008)
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    Question 53: What is the FARC?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • The Brazialian air-controller trade union, who went on a two-month-long strike in 2002 - 9% (297)
  • An extremist British animal right organisation, responsible for the violent destruction of labotaries - 11% (398)
  • The ruling political party in South Korea - 8% (284)
  • Colombia's biggest guerilla organisation - 44% (1521)
  • No answer picked: 28% (979)
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    Question 54: Before becoming President of Russia, what post did Vladimir Putin occupy?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Others

  • Governor of the Siberian province of Novosibirsk - 12% (427)
  • Ambassador to Kazakhstan - 8% (278)
  • Director of Russia's biggest energy company - 15% (528)
  • KGB agent - 39% (1363)
  • No answer picked: 25% (864)
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    Question 56: When did the Korean War officially end?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • 1949 - 4% (157)
  • 1951 - 9% (322)
  • 1953 - 23% (804)
  • It never ended - 39% (1398)
  • No answer picked: 25% (875)
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    Question 57: What is the only catholic-majority country in Eastern Asia?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • South Korea - 9% (338)
  • Japan - 5% (169)
  • Malaysia - 7% (260)
  • The Philippines - 54% (1962)
  • No answer picked: 24% (872)
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    Question 58: In which of the following countries is a Maoist guerilla challenging the governement?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Nepal - 40% (1384)
  • Thailand - 12% (436)
  • Sri Lanka - 18% (617)
  • Argentina - 5% (176)
  • No answer picked: 25% (889)
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    Question 59: Where were the 2008 Olympics held?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Beijing, China - 65% (2304)
  • Delhi, India - 3% (92)
  • Shanghai, China - 4% (150)
  • Athen, Greece - 6% (197)
  • No answer picked: 23% (812)
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    Question 60: What colonial power lost control of modern-day Vietnam in a bloody war prior to the Vietnam war?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • France - 46% (5733)
  • The United Kingdom - 14% (1699)
  • China - 15% (1831)
  • The Netherlands - 5% (679)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2493)
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    Question 70: In which West European nation lives the biggest Jewish minority?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • The United Kingdom - 16% (520)
  • Germany - 19% (622)
  • The Netherlands - 16% (546)
  • France - 22% (751)
  • No answer picked: 27% (902)
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    Question 71: In what year are the nations of Romania and Bulgaria scheduled to join the European Union?
    Author: Aphex - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • 2004 - 10% (705)
  • 2007 - 28% (1899)
  • 2010 - 14% (962)
  • No date has been announced yet - 24% (1579)
  • No answer picked: 23% (1570)
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    Question 72: In what city is the European Commission installed?
    Author: Aphex - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Strasbourg - 13% (1606)
  • Bruxelles - 36% (4374)
  • The Hague - 21% (2539)
  • Rome - 10% (1210)
  • No answer picked: 21% (2588)
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    Question 73: Just before the Iraq war, where did the main countries in favor held a conference?
    Author: Aphex - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World

  • The Azores - 26% (1699)
  • The Cape Verde Islands - 16% (1039)
  • The Balearic Islands - 10% (679)
  • Great Britain - 24% (1545)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1566)
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    Question 75: Which of the following is not a member of NATO as of 2003?
    Author: MHSoft - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Poland - 9% (562)
  • Iceland - 23% (1503)
  • Hungary - 11% (695)
  • Romania - 36% (2364)
  • No answer picked: 22% (1455)
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    Question 76: Which of the following countries does not have a monarch as head of state?
    Author: MHSoft - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Canada - 19% (2288)
  • Australia - 14% (1757)
  • Eire - 39% (4855)
  • Spain - 8% (1019)
  • No answer picked: 19% (2389)
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    Question 84: Which of the following affirmations is NOT true for Nigeria in 2003?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • It launched its first satellite, on a Russian rocket - 28% (990)
  • A woman was condemned to death by stoning for adultery - 11% (391)
  • It committed troops to a West African peacekeping force in Ivory Coast - 12% (401)
  • The election of the first female governor, provoking violent protests in Lagos - 19% (654)
  • No answer picked: 30% (1049)
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    Question 85: Which of these cities is not on Honshu, the main Japanese island?
    Author: XIII - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Sendai - 16% (513)
  • Hiroshima - 17% (537)
  • Kagoshima - 19% (596)
  • Kobe - 19% (624)
  • No answer picked: 29% (945)
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    Question 87: Which is the northernmost Chinese province?
    Author: XIII - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Jilin - 11% (497)
  • Heilongjiang - 21% (919)
  • Hebei - 16% (700)
  • Jiangxi - 25% (1100)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1162)
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    Question 90: What is the currency of South Korea?
    Author: XIII - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • The Yuan - 16% (567)
  • The Yen - 10% (335)
  • The Won - 31% (1086)
  • The South Korean Dollar - 19% (641)
  • No answer picked: 24% (823)
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    Question 92: In Korea, what is known as the Hangul?
    Author: XIII - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • The writing system - 26% (1156)
  • The traditional military formation. - 17% (729)
  • The agricultural system. - 14% (634)
  • The tax collection system. - 16% (696)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1186)
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    Question 94: Which of these SE Asian countries is not a member of ASEAN, the regional group for SE Asia?
    Author: XIII - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Vietnam - 11% (369)
  • Myanmar - 16% (548)
  • East Timor - 33% (1110)
  • Brunei - 14% (462)
  • No answer picked: 26% (890)
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    Question 95: With which nation did Japan recently conclude a Free Trade agreement?
    Author: XIII - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Singapore - 17% (727)
  • South Korea - 33% (1400)
  • Philippines - 14% (593)
  • Thailand - 10% (406)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1103)
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    Question 96: Modern China has fought border wars with everyone of those neighbouring countries, except one. Which?
    Author: XIII - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Russia - 21% (1451)
  • Burma - 24% (1630)
  • India - 19% (1266)
  • Vietnam - 15% (1024)
  • No answer picked: 21% (1458)
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    Question 97: Which of these areas is not under dispute between China and Russia?
    Author: XIII - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World

  • Ili Valley in Central Asia - 12% (521)
  • Islands on the Amur river - 15% (647)
  • Outer Mongolia - 30% (1323)
  • Russian Maritime Province - 16% (679)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1176)
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    Question 98: Which of those areas is the subject of a dispute between Japan and Russia?
    Author: XIII - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • The Kurile islands - 35% (2288)
  • Sakhalin - 15% (1001)
  • Tsushima island - 19% (1252)
  • Chejo island - 8% (503)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1587)
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    Question 99: Name the highest political office in Hong Kong.
    Author: XIII - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Governor - 23% (1017)
  • Chief Executive - 22% (952)
  • Prime Minister - 15% (657)
  • Chief Minister - 15% (646)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1067)
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    Question 100: Where is the Asian Development Bank headquartered?
    Author: XIII - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Singapore - 31% (1320)
  • Tokyo - 16% (689)
  • Manila - 17% (738)
  • Bangkok - 11% (450)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1049)
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    Question 101: Where is the British Island of Diego Garcia, home to a common US-UK military base, located?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Eastern Mediterranean - 14% (477)
  • Indian Ocean - 28% (988)
  • Between Indonesia and Australia - 14% (504)
  • In the gulf of Guinea - 16% (556)
  • No answer picked: 28% (965)
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    Question 102: Of the following statements concerning the American base in Guantanamo Bay, which is FALSE?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • As of November 2003, approximatively 650 'illegal combatants' were held in the base - 8% (285)
  • Bill Clinton considered using the base to temporarily host Kosovo refugees - 19% (648)
  • Although the US pays a rent of around 4000$/year for it, the Cuban government refuses to cash the check - 22% (754)
  • The United States gained control of it in the last years of the Cuban Civil War, just before Castro's accession to power - 21% (715)
  • No answer picked: 29% (989)
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    Question 103: How many wars have India and Pakistan fought primarily over Kashmir?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Only one, in 1965 - 9% (381)
  • Three, in 1947, 1965 and 1998 - 20% (885)
  • Three, in 1947, 1965 and 1971 - 22% (946)
  • Four, in 1947, 1965, 1971 and 1998 - 25% (1098)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1043)
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    Question 105: Which State's votes finally decided the 2000 US Presidential election?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: United States

  • Florida - 54% (6734)
  • California - 14% (1739)
  • Michigan - 7% (875)
  • Oregon - 4% (542)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2473)
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    Question 106: Who is David Kelly?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • A British WMD expert - 28% (974)
  • The leader of the Unionist in Northern Ireland - 19% (655)
  • An American accused of collaborating with Al Qaeda captured in Afghanistan - 16% (559)
  • The teenager behind the Slammer virus - 8% (262)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1006)
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    Question 107: Of the following statements concerning Zimbabwe, which was not true in 2003?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Mugabe committed several thousand more troops to the Congo civil war - 22% (730)
  • EU diplomatic sanctions on the country were renewed - 17% (587)
  • Newly-introduced laws forced much of the press to close - 13% (430)
  • A train crash caused over forty victims - 19% (642)
  • No answer picked: 29% (992)
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    Question 108: Who won the 2003 Presidential elections in Argentina?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Nestor Kirchner - 21% (1372)
  • Carlos Menem - 20% (1355)
  • Eduardo Duhalde - 15% (968)
  • Lula da Silva - 20% (1320)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1604)
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    Question 109: In which African country did the US briefly send peacekeepers in 2003?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Liberia - 30% (1028)
  • Congo - 20% (681)
  • Ivory Coast - 12% (415)
  • Zimbabwe - 11% (385)
  • No answer picked: 26% (902)
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    Question 110: What is the most populated Muslim-majority nation today?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Indonesia - 48% (1671)
  • Saudi Arabia - 17% (589)
  • Iran - 8% (269)
  • Egypt - 5% (162)
  • No answer picked: 23% (820)
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    Question 112: What is the name of the argentinian president that succeeded Menem?
    Author: Luiz - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Adolfo Rodríguez Saá - 8% (259)
  • Néstor Kirchner - 26% (878)
  • Fernando de la Rúa - 25% (851)
  • Eduardo Duhalde - 10% (337)
  • No answer picked: 31% (1036)
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    Question 118: When did the United Kingdom grant independence to India and Pakistan?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • 1919 - 6% (210)
  • 1936 - 9% (333)
  • 1947 - 52% (1924)
  • 1958 - 11% (395)
  • No answer picked: 22% (829)
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    Question 123: What former colonial power ruled Indonesia?
    Author: K. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • France - 18% (2273)
  • The United Kingdom - 24% (2993)
  • Belgium - 7% (883)
  • The Netherlands - 32% (3970)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2456)
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    Question 128: Which two EU members have deficits breaching the Stability Pact, as of November 2003?
    Author: willemvanoranje - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • France and UK - 14% (1750)
  • UK and Italy - 16% (1930)
  • Greece and Germany - 21% (2555)
  • France and Germany - 26% (3214)
  • No answer picked: 23% (2772)
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    Question 144: Which US state did NOT elect a Republican governor in 2003?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: United States

  • California - 17% (1138)
  • Louisiana - 26% (1716)
  • Kentucky - 19% (1238)
  • Mississippi - 14% (888)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1573)
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    Question 145: Senator Jim Jefford left the US Republican party in 2001, throwing control of the US Senate to the Democrats until 2003. What state was he from?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: United States

  • Maine - 13% (547)
  • Connecticut - 19% (785)
  • Vermont - 28% (1169)
  • Rhode Island - 12% (479)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1152)
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    Question 149: Which Bush cabinet member once lost an election to a dead man?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: United States

  • Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld - 17% (1111)
  • Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge - 15% (982)
  • Attorney General John Ashcroft - 31% (2043)
  • Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta - 11% (706)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1654)
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    Question 150: Who was the only US President to have headed a labor union?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: United States

  • Gerald Ford - 19% (648)
  • Bill Clinton - 10% (345)
  • Ronald Reagan - 22% (743)
  • Jimmy Carter - 23% (766)
  • No answer picked: 26% (894)
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    Question 156: In 2002, US Senator Paul Wellstone died in a plane crash just days before he was up for re-election. Which former US Presidential candidate came out of retirement to replace him on the ballot and lost to Republican Norm Coleman?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: United States

  • George McGovern - 14% (431)
  • Walter Mondale - 27% (854)
  • Michael Dukakis - 17% (549)
  • Al Gore - 12% (368)
  • No answer picked: 31% (985)
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    Question 168: Which neutral island nation has recently served as the place for Saudi/Iraqi soccer games and a chess match between one of the world's top computer and human players, and is also famous for its heavy use of desalinization plants?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Bahrain - 31% (2021)
  • Qatar - 23% (1496)
  • Zanzibar - 9% (565)
  • Cyprus - 15% (972)
  • No answer picked: 23% (1549)
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    Question 169: Who killed Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Tamil Tiger terrorists - 30% (1996)
  • Islamic militants - 14% (920)
  • An insane admirer - 11% (741)
  • Sikh seperatists - 24% (1635)
  • No answer picked: 22% (1474)
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    Question 194: Before becoming President of Georgia, what post did Eduard Shevardnadze hold?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Red Army officer - 13% (1077)
  • Soviet foreign minister - 36% (3086)
  • University professor - 16% (1357)
  • Leader of construction workers' cooperative - 12% (1030)
  • No answer picked: 23% (1958)
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    Question 195: By whom was the Sandinista goverment of Nicaragua headed in the late 70s?
    Author: Joe Gosnell - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Daniel Ortega - 42% (2825)
  • Augusto C. Sandino - 19% (1240)
  • Violeta Barrios - 8% (553)
  • Edén Pastora - 5% (318)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1731)
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    Question 197: What is the capital of Morocco?
    Author: Mongoloid Cow - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Rabat - 34% (1190)
  • Casablanca - 18% (621)
  • Marrakesh - 16% (559)
  • Tangiers - 8% (282)
  • No answer picked: 24% (815)
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    Question 201: What is the name of the main guerilla mouvement to fight the Peruvian government in the 80'?
    Author: Luiz - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • FARC - 22% (767)
  • ELN - 15% (531)
  • MR-8 - 12% (409)
  • Sendero Luminoso - 22% (772)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1029)
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    Question 202: Who is the current president of Egypt?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Abbas Al-Menoufiyah - 13% (446)
  • Said Balain - 7% (232)
  • Anwar Sadat - 13% (469)
  • Hosni Mubarak - 43% (1500)
  • No answer picked: 25% (866)
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    Question 203: Shortly after the begining of the war in Iraq, the Bush administration seemed to accuse one of Iraq's neighbors of hiding Weapons of Mass destruction that were smuggled out of Iraq, leading to many jokes about America invading which Middle Eastern country next?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Iran - 37% (4524)
  • Jordan - 7% (858)
  • Syria - 27% (3336)
  • Saudi Arabia - 8% (951)
  • No answer picked: 21% (2497)
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    Question 206: Of the various European countries who voted on adhesion to the EU in 2003, which voted in favor with the biggest margin?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Slovenia, with 85.6% - 14% (595)
  • Lithuania, with 89.92% - 19% (806)
  • Hungary, with 95.3% - 24% (1020)
  • Slovakia, with 92.4% - 14% (598)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1183)
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    Question 207: Which Dutch Prime Minister resigned in 2002, along with his governement, following the publication of a report accusing his governement's mismanagement of Dutch peacekeeping efforts in Bosnia of having provoked the Srebrenica massacre?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Wim Kok - 18% (774)
  • Van den Berg - 25% (1070)
  • Jan Peter Balkenende - 22% (922)
  • Eveline Herfkens - 6% (261)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1201)
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    Question 208: Which French daily was accused of conflict of interests and biased objectivity in a best-seller published in 2003?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Libération - 12% (496)
  • Le Monde - 34% (1421)
  • Le Figaro - 16% (662)
  • La Tribune - 10% (432)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1175)
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    Question 209: Who is the president of the main Japanese opposition party, the Democratic Party of Japan?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Naoto Kan - 14% (587)
  • Katsuya Okada - 22% (946)
  • Heizo Takenaka - 20% (829)
  • Mitsuo Horiuchi - 16% (667)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1189)
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    Question 210: Of the following countries, which intervened in the Congolese Civil War?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World

  • Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Angola - 21% (894)
  • Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria and Angola - 27% (1165)
  • Rwanda, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Angola - 15% (631)
  • Rwanda, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Nigeria and Angola - 9% (393)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1227)
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    Question 218: To which ethnic and linguistic minority group belong Spain's most active terrorist group, once even plotting (unsucessfully) to kidnap Antonio Banderas?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • the Catalans - 10% (347)
  • the Basques - 45% (1516)
  • the Gallicans - 11% (358)
  • the Andalucians - 6% (218)
  • No answer picked: 28% (935)
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    Question 219: Which balkan nation has failed to elect a president three times in 2002-2003 due to insufficent voter turnout?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Croatia - 13% (542)
  • Serbia-Montenegro - 30% (1268)
  • Slovenia - 14% (577)
  • Kosovo - 18% (759)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1087)
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    Question 220: Which Mediterranean island has been a source of conflict between Turkey and Greece in recent times?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Malta - 8% (506)
  • Rhodes - 6% (389)
  • Crete - 11% (749)
  • Cyprus - 53% (3511)
  • No answer picked: 22% (1435)
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    Question 222: In 2002, Lula da Silva won the Brazilian presidential election. What other candidate did he beat in the second round?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Jose Serra - 21% (878)
  • Anthony Garotinho - 14% (580)
  • Ciro Gomes - 14% (601)
  • Fernando Henrique Cardoso - 23% (966)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1244)
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    Question 223: Who is Andrés Manuel Lopez?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Lula da Silva's Minister of Industry - 9% (364)
  • The popular left-wing mayor of Mexico City - 27% (1149)
  • The richest media owner in Spain, after only the Italian Silvio Berlusconi - 15% (632)
  • The leader of Conservative opposition to Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's populist president - 21% (896)
  • No answer picked: 28% (1177)
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    Question 224: What happened to Chechen rebel Akhmed Zakayev in November 2003?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Others

  • A British judge refused to extradite him to Russia - 17% (729)
  • He was killed by the Russian army - 22% (920)
  • He was accused by Russia of having participated in the organisation of the Moscow Theater hostage-taking - 21% (906)
  • Russia announced his surrendering, announcement which he promptly denied - 11% (457)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1225)
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    Question 225: Roughly how many French soldiers are currently enforcing the cease-fire in Ivory Coast, as of early 2005?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Less than a hundred - 14% (601)
  • Five hundred - 20% (856)
  • Just over one thousand five hundred - 22% (937)
  • Over four thousand - 15% (643)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1221)
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    Question 226: Who were the two vice-Presidents of the Prodi European Commission?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Pascal Lamy (France) and Günter Verheugen (Germany) - 21% (892)
  • Loyola de Palacio (Spain) and Michel Barnier (France) - 19% (835)
  • Chris Patten (UK) and Antonio Vitorino (Portugal) - 17% (742)
  • Neil Kinnock (UK) and Loyola de Palacio (Spain) - 14% (597)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1226)
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    Question 227: Which activity as a student and young adult helped shape Chief Justice Margaret Marshall's (of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court) views?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: United States

  • She was a leader of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa - 17% (729)
  • She was involved in the organisation of several import anti-Vietnam War manifestations - 22% (948)
  • She served as a nurse in the Doctors without Borders organisation - 17% (727)
  • She created an anti-death penalty organisation - 14% (586)
  • No answer picked: 30% (1261)
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    Question 231: Which dynasty rules Jordan?
    Author: Mongoloid Cow - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Hashemite - 37% (1291)
  • Saudi - 11% (393)
  • Uthmanli - 8% (286)
  • None, Jordan does not have a monarchy - 17% (580)
  • No answer picked: 27% (956)
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    Question 254: In 1992, Ross Perot won about 18% of the popular vote in the US Presidential election, one of the best showings for a third-party candidate in almost a century. Which political party did he form?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • The Natural Law Party - 5% (313)
  • The Constitution Party - 10% (668)
  • American Independent Conservatives (AIC) - 21% (1344)
  • The Reform Party - 38% (2482)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1698)
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    Question 257: Which country has the world's oldest parliment still functioning?
    Author: Joe Gosnell - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • England - 37% (1203)
  • Iceland - 23% (753)
  • Denmark - 11% (343)
  • Norway - 3% (112)
  • No answer picked: 26% (835)
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    Question 263: Since the 13th century, Andorra has had two co-rulers. One is the Spanish bishop of Urgel. Who is the other?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • The head of state of France - 23% (763)
  • The King of Spain - 20% (643)
  • The grandmaster of the Knights Templar - 6% (193)
  • The French bishop of Foix - 21% (673)
  • No answer picked: 30% (979)
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    Question 292: In what war did Israel gain the Golan Heights?
    Author: Joe Gosnell - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • The Yom Kippur War - 14% (910)
  • The Six Day War - 46% (3056)
  • The Gulf War - 6% (426)
  • The First Arab Israeli War - 10% (691)
  • No answer picked: 23% (1525)
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    Question 301: Which of those countries gained its independence definitively the first?
    Author: Sultan - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Canada - 14% (477)
  • Belgium - 14% (501)
  • Greece - 28% (976)
  • Brazil - 19% (658)
  • No answer picked: 25% (893)
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    Question 305: In what country or U.S. state was the world's first oil well sunk in 1859?
    Author: Sultan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: United States

  • Texas - 28% (1230)
  • Pennsylvania - 29% (1234)
  • Canada - 9% (404)
  • California - 8% (354)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1094)
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    Question 309: What modern countries fragmented out of Simon Bolivar's Gran Colombia after eleven years in 1830?
    Author: Sultan - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Colombia, Venezuala, and Ecuador - 35% (2350)
  • Columbia, Guyana and Ecuador - 11% (725)
  • Columbia and Venezuala - 14% (923)
  • Columbia, Venezuela and Panama - 15% (974)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1704)
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    Question 323: What current American ally has never been at war with the USA?
    Author: Stephane David - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • Great Britain - 12% (413)
  • France - 32% (1112)
  • Spain - 16% (547)
  • Italy - 18% (640)
  • No answer picked: 23% (814)
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    Question 326: As of December 2003, which political party controls the Israeli government?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Likud - 32% (2747)
  • Labor - 18% (1541)
  • Shiniu - 16% (1353)
  • Shas - 11% (915)
  • No answer picked: 23% (1914)
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    Question 327: Who is the current President of Mexico? He was elected in 2000, breaking the seven-decade monopoly of the Institutional Revolutionary Party on Mexico's government.
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Francisco Labastida - 14% (481)
  • Esteban Loaiza - 13% (460)
  • Vicente Fox - 36% (1225)
  • Cuauhtemoc Cardenas - 9% (311)
  • No answer picked: 28% (973)
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    Question 329: What is the capitol of Afghanistan?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Khandahar - 10% (1235)
  • Mazar-e-Sharif - 3% (362)
  • Herat - 3% (350)
  • Kabul - 66% (8158)
  • No answer picked: 18% (2172)
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    Question 330: Which Chinese greater metropolitan area recently passed 20 million inhabitants, becoming China's largest urban center?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Beijing - 21% (737)
  • Shanghai - 34% (1201)
  • Hong Kong - 13% (468)
  • Guangzhou - 5% (185)
  • No answer picked: 27% (947)
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    Question 344: Which of the following countries does not have a Shia Muslim majority?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Iran - 11% (1346)
  • Jordan - 37% (4467)
  • Iraq - 14% (1737)
  • Bahrain - 18% (2200)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2411)
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    Question 352: What are the three regions (Gewesten) of Belgium?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Flanders, Brabant and Luxembourg - 5% (183)
  • Brussels, Luxembourg and Flanders - 19% (677)
  • Flanders, Brabant and Brussels - 18% (627)
  • Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia - 29% (1038)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1031)
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    Question 355: How were French departements originally numbered?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • By population (in 1860) - 15% (624)
  • By superficy - 11% (480)
  • Alphabeticaly - 18% (744)
  • In a clockwise spiral around Paris - 29% (1230)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1164)
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    Question 358: Which Island in the Caribbean is split between France and the Netherlands?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • St. Lucia - 14% (439)
  • St. Martin - 29% (934)
  • St. Vincent - 15% (474)
  • St. Croix - 13% (428)
  • No answer picked: 30% (960)
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    Question 374: What is the name of the leader of the PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party), captured by Turkey in 1999?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Öcalan - 27% (1721)
  • Mechmed - 21% (1354)
  • Hajji - 18% (1149)
  • Ali - 8% (523)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1674)
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    Question 375: Which of these countries does not have German as an official language?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Switzerland - 15% (1806)
  • Belgium - 18% (2238)
  • Austria - 7% (882)
  • The Czech Republic - 42% (5105)
  • No answer picked: 18% (2268)
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    Question 381: Which is the oldest currently existing guerrilla group in Latin America?
    Author: Juan Gomez - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • The Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path) in Peru - 15% (614)
  • The National Liberation Army (ELN) in Colombia - 15% (641)
  • The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in Colombia - 27% (1145)
  • The Zapatista Army for National Liberation (EZLN) in Mexico - 15% (631)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1134)
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    Question 384: In what country did carbon dioxide gas building up at the bottom of Lake Nyos bubbled out of the lake and killed some 1,700 villagers living nearby in 1986?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Central African Republic - 17% (711)
  • Cameroon - 25% (1033)
  • Chad - 20% (802)
  • Gabon - 10% (424)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1122)
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    Question 387: In which country, currently divided in two parts, did the prospect of adhesion to the EU fueling the first serious reunification talks since partition?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Croatia - 15% (503)
  • Ukraine - 12% (408)
  • Georgia - 12% (388)
  • Cyprus - 33% (1085)
  • No answer picked: 28% (933)
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    Question 388: Which of those religions does not have a significant (over 1% of the population) presence in Thailand?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Islam - 17% (536)
  • Buddism - 4% (139)
  • Hindouism - 25% (797)
  • Christianity - 26% (824)
  • No answer picked: 28% (888)
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    Question 389: Which of those ex-SSR has the smallest Russian minority (in percentage of population)?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Estonia - 19% (780)
  • Latvia - 18% (725)
  • Lithuania - 21% (876)
  • Ukraine - 14% (592)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1122)
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    Question 391: Which of those religions is not recognised by Iran's constitution?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Judaism - 23% (975)
  • Christianity - 16% (670)
  • Zoroastrianism - 16% (652)
  • Bahá'ísm - 20% (819)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1063)
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    Question 392: What is the second most populated member of the Commonwealth (after India)?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World

  • The United Kingdom - 16% (686)
  • Nigeria - 15% (645)
  • Pakistan - 27% (1157)
  • Bangladesh - 17% (698)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1039)
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    Question 402: During Putin's first term, Russia re-adopted the old Soviet national anthem, although with new lyrics. Why had the original post-Soviet anthem fallen out of favor?
    Author: SeleucusNicator - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Others

  • It was considered too short - 11% (450)
  • It had no lyrics - 23% (955)
  • The Yeltsin-era politican who wrote it had been convicted of corruption - 18% (738)
  • It was considered offensive to ethnic minorities - 20% (836)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1110)
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    Question 412: The flag below is the only non-rectangular state flag in use today. To which country does it belong?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East) - picture

  • Thailand - 5% (307)
  • Laos - 11% (688)
  • Bhutan - 22% (1449)
  • Nepal - 42% (2771)
  • No answer picked: 20% (1330)
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    Question 426: Which African country is shown below?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Black Africa - picture

  • Republic of Liberia - 4% (137)
  • Federal Republic of Nigeria - 11% (382)
  • Republic of Zimbabwe - 11% (357)
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo - 49% (1662)
  • No answer picked: 25% (843)
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    Question 427: Which South American country is shown below?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Latin America - picture

  • Brazil - 10% (1189)
  • Peru - 6% (715)
  • Chile - 6% (772)
  • Argentina - 60% (7356)
  • No answer picked: 18% (2273)
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    Question 428: Who is pictured below?
    Author: K. - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East) - picture

  • The ex-Japanese Prime Minister, Koizumi Junichiro - 46% (1546)
  • The Emperor of Japan, Akihito - 13% (436)
  • The South Korean president, Roh Moo-hyun - 10% (341)
  • Ex-Chinese President Jiang Zemin - 5% (180)
  • No answer picked: 26% (881)
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    Question 429: The flag below is the official flag of two countries. Which?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World - picture

  • Romania and Lituania - 26% (1104)
  • Peru and Andorra - 12% (483)
  • Moldavia and Nigeria - 9% (366)
  • Chad and Romania - 31% (1311)
  • No answer picked: 22% (930)
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    Question 454: Which country is shown in orange below?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Black Africa - picture

  • Liberia - 27% (857)
  • Ivory Coast - 20% (646)
  • Sierra Leone - 17% (530)
  • Guinea - 8% (250)
  • No answer picked: 28% (894)
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    Question 455: Which country is shown in yellow below?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel - picture

  • Syria - 15% (958)
  • Jordan - 46% (2978)
  • Lebanon - 11% (689)
  • Palestine - 8% (540)
  • No answer picked: 21% (1374)
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    Question 456: Which country is shown in red below?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East) - picture

  • Kazakhstan - 16% (655)
  • Kyrgyzstan - 15% (615)
  • Uzbekistan - 33% (1337)
  • Turkmenistan - 13% (544)
  • No answer picked: 23% (962)
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    Question 487: What do the countries colored in green below have in common?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World - picture

  • They are the members of the Francophonie - 35% (1186)
  • They are the founding members of the Organisation of Coffee-Producing Countries - 8% (260)
  • They were the first countries to ratify the treaty abolishing anti-personal landmines - 16% (543)
  • They are the only countries currently ahead of their Kyoto protocol targets - 15% (518)
  • No answer picked: 27% (924)
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    Question 492: Which of the following is not a component of the Federation of Malaysia?
    Author: OHgamer - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Trengganu - 11% (325)
  • Sabah - 13% (388)
  • Perlis - 16% (494)
  • Acheh - 29% (881)
  • No answer picked: 32% (1002)
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    Question 519: Which of the following countries has the highest life expectancy?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World

  • India - 17% (548)
  • Kenya - 7% (218)
  • Yemen - 21% (674)
  • Iran - 28% (894)
  • No answer picked: 27% (843)
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    Question 537: From which language does Afrikaans, the original language of the white South-Africans, come?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • French - 13% (1592)
  • German - 6% (729)
  • Portuguese - 13% (1603)
  • Dutch - 47% (5532)
  • No answer picked: 20% (2419)
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    Question 542: To which country belongs Süd-Tirol?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World

  • Switzerland - 13% (399)
  • Austria - 24% (749)
  • Italy - 18% (565)
  • Slovenia - 16% (497)
  • No answer picked: 29% (913)
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    Question 559: What is the capital of Scotland?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Glasgow - 24% (2947)
  • Dundee - 5% (637)
  • Edinburgh - 47% (5639)
  • Aberdeen - 5% (629)
  • No answer picked: 19% (2266)
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    Question 578: What is the only African country with a daily German newspaper?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Togo - 13% (552)
  • Namibia - 27% (1145)
  • Tanzania - 18% (763)
  • Cameroon - 15% (634)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1099)
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    Question 584: In which city did the first big anti-globalisation manifestations take place?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World

  • Seattle - 33% (3936)
  • Davos - 11% (1352)
  • Genoa - 19% (2287)
  • Prague - 16% (1914)
  • No answer picked: 21% (2555)
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    Question 596: What is the name of the pedophile whose arrest shocked Belgium in 1996?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Connerotte - 9% (375)
  • Nihoul - 12% (482)
  • Dutroux - 34% (1378)
  • Duchâtelet - 14% (580)
  • No answer picked: 30% (1206)
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    Question 602: Which Canadian city claims it is the coldest city with a population of over 500,000?
    Author: Larry Flint - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Others

  • Yellowknife - 12% (493)
  • Winnipeg - 31% (1252)
  • Saskatoon - 16% (651)
  • Edmonton - 15% (611)
  • No answer picked: 27% (1091)
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    Question 620: Which countries disputes the Nagorno Karabakh area?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Armenia and Turkey - 13% (520)
  • Armenia and Azerbaidzjan - 32% (1292)
  • Iran and Turkey - 16% (642)
  • Azerbaidzjan and Iran - 9% (376)
  • No answer picked: 29% (1168)
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    Question 622: Which of these countries is not a monarchy?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Norway - 12% (386)
  • Finland - 40% (1295)
  • Sweden - 13% (416)
  • Denmark - 9% (283)
  • No answer picked: 27% (873)
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    Question 656: Which of those countries does not have a dollar as its currency?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • Canada - 4% (148)
  • Taiwan - 23% (762)
  • Zimbabwe - 18% (577)
  • South Africa - 30% (972)
  • No answer picked: 25% (833)
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    Question 664: To what navy belongs the only non-US nuclear aircraft carrier?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World

  • The British Royal Navy - 22% (1281)
  • The Russian Navy - 22% (1275)
  • The Chinse People Army's Navy - 11% (650)
  • The French Navy - 20% (1140)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1483)
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    Question 668: Which parliamentary group is the largest in the European parliament elected in 2004?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • The Party of European Socialists (left) - 14% (411)
  • The Union for Europe of the Nations (right-wing euroseptics) - 9% (249)
  • The European People's Party (right) - 22% (628)
  • The European Liberal, Democrat and Reform Party (centrist) - 22% (648)
  • No answer picked: 34% (979)
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    Question 688: In which city is the famous arabic TV-Channel Al-Jazeera situated?
    Author: Stefan - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Arab World and Israel

  • Doha, Qatar - 34% (1938)
  • Maskat, Oman - 6% (320)
  • Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - 27% (1561)
  • Amman, Jordan - 10% (551)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1369)
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    Question 696: who is the president of Mali as of june 2003
    Author: mahamoud sylla - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Alpha Oumar konare - 10% (372)
  • Mahamoud Sylla - 18% (681)
  • Ibrahim barre Mainassara - 19% (718)
  • Amadou Toumani Toure - 23% (848)
  • No answer picked: 30% (1117)
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    Question 704: In which country will the SEA GAMES, the sporting event of south-east Asia, be hosted in 2005?
    Author: Warut - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Thailand - 15% (397)
  • Singapore - 24% (665)
  • Philippines - 21% (570)
  • Indonesia - 7% (193)
  • No answer picked: 33% (908)
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    Question 705: Which of the followings is the only country in Southeast Asia that has never been ruled by a western country?
    Author: Warut - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World

  • Thailand - 37% (1145)
  • Philippines - 9% (290)
  • Indonesia - 8% (240)
  • East Timor - 20% (611)
  • No answer picked: 25% (778)
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    Question 709: Who was the first non-communist Prime Minister in a post Warsaw Pact country?
    Author: pithorr - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World

  • Tadeusz Mazowiecki - 12% (332)
  • Vaclav Havel - 16% (423)
  • Lech Walesa - 26% (705)
  • Boris Yeltsin - 14% (379)
  • No answer picked: 32% (882)
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    Question 718: Which two countries are the only neighbours of Costa Rica?
    Author: Gabriela Rivero - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Mexico and Canada - 4% (129)
  • Panama and Mexico - 20% (599)
  • Nicaragua and Canada - 3% (96)
  • Panama and Nicaragua - 46% (1385)
  • No answer picked: 26% (790)
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    Question 723: After being impeached, former Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas...
    Author: willemvanoranje - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • committed suicide - 16% (402)
  • seized control of the government through the army - 14% (354)
  • fled to Paraguay - 27% (691)
  • started a procedure to return in the president seat - 10% (245)
  • No answer picked: 34% (883)
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    Question 724: Why does Brazilian president Lula da Silve have less than 10 fingers?
    Author: willemvanoranje - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • He was born this way - 8% (207)
  • He lost them working in a factory - 31% (826)
  • He lost them while in the military - 17% (461)
  • He lost them in his youth as a punishment from his father - 12% (322)
  • No answer picked: 32% (861)
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    Question 728: Which Belgian political party was condemned for pursuing permanent incitement to discrimination and racial segregation in 2004?
    Author: Ganchelkas - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Vlaams Belang (Flemish Interest) - 8% (399)
  • Vlaams-Nationalistische Partij (Flemish-Nationalist Party) - 31% (1642)
  • Vlaams Blok (Flemish Block) - 21% (1127)
  • Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie (New-Flemish Alliance) - 9% (459)
  • No answer picked: 31% (1656)
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    Question 734: What was the official Russian court language during the reign of Nicholas II?
    Author: - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Russian - 17% (495)
  • Siberian - 19% (558)
  • French - 30% (876)
  • English - 6% (170)
  • No answer picked: 27% (794)
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    Question 751: Of which religion is Manmohan Singh, India's current Prime Minister?
    Author: K. - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Hindu - 26% (770)
  • Muslim - 5% (147)
  • Christian - 3% (90)
  • Sikh - 40% (1181)
  • No answer picked: 25% (743)
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    Question 755: To which language family belongs the Maltese language?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Indo-European - 23% (578)
  • Semitic - 20% (520)
  • Finno-Ugric - 8% (203)
  • It's an isolated language - 19% (475)
  • No answer picked: 31% (791)
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    Question 761: What are the official languages of Luxembourg?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Luxemburgish - 5% (232)
  • French & German - 36% (1851)
  • French, German & Luxemburgish - 22% (1135)
  • French, German & Walloon - 13% (652)
  • No answer picked: 25% (1262)
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    Question 839: In what two years did Japan adopt constitutions?
    Author: Mightfox - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • 1868 and 1912 - 7% (176)
  • 1854 and 1927 - 10% (238)
  • 1889 and 1947 - 32% (764)
  • 1876 and 1947 - 18% (438)
  • No answer picked: 33% (801)
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    Question 877: On what date is the UN's World Environment Day celebrated?
    Author: green - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World

  • 1st of May - 16% (809)
  • 5th of May - 23% (1136)
  • 5th of June - 30% (1475)
  • 4th of January - 6% (281)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1289)
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    Question 880: The world's first postage stamp was introduced in what year?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • 1690 - 14% (350)
  • 1760 - 23% (575)
  • 1840 - 28% (693)
  • 1910 - 5% (120)
  • No answer picked: 30% (751)
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    Question 885: What famous painting was stolen from a Norwegian museum in 2004?
    Author: Archeolooginspe - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Mona Lisa - 12% (585)
  • The Scream - 39% (1937)
  • The Starry Night - 15% (756)
  • The Last Supper - 10% (473)
  • No answer picked: 24% (1216)
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    Question 913: Who was the only president in U.S. history to fill that office without having been elected either President or Vice-President?
    Author: Nathan Gilkarov - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: United States

  • Richard Milhous Nixon - 10% (336)
  • Lyndon Baines Johnson - 18% (573)
  • Dwight David Eisenhower - 15% (491)
  • Gerald Rudolph Ford, Jr. - 29% (948)
  • No answer picked: 27% (880)
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    Question 916: Who was the only President of the United States to serve more than two terms?
    Author: nathan Gilkarov - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: United States

  • Harry Truman - 6% (169)
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt - 45% (1231)
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower - 7% (197)
  • Theodore Roosevelt - 14% (384)
  • No answer picked: 27% (748)
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    Question 918: Who was the first black president of South Africa?
    Author: vernon - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • Chris Heunis - 2% (232)
  • Desmond Tutu - 7% (664)
  • Nelson Mandela - 65% (6279)
  • Thabo Mbeki - 6% (553)
  • No answer picked: 20% (1920)
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    Question 951: Who was the first Roman Catholic US President?
    Author: allan joseph borrinaga - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: United States

  • Abraham Lincoln - 14% (361)
  • John F. Kennedy - 45% (1165)
  • James Buchanan - 8% (217)
  • Dwight Eisenhower - 7% (180)
  • No answer picked: 26% (681)
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    Question 967: What is the capital of Turkey?
    Author: Richard Nickerson - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Istanbul - 36% (3315)
  • Ankara - 39% (3561)
  • Izmir - 4% (348)
  • Antalya - 2% (189)
  • No answer picked: 19% (1721)
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    Question 997: Who was the first women president of Chile?
    Author: harsh goradia - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Michelle Bachelet - 24% (1042)
  • Ricarda Lagos - 7% (305)
  • Cristina Fernández de Kirchner - 20% (858)
  • Eva Morales - 23% (994)
  • No answer picked: 26% (1152)
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    Question 1102: Which country contains the greatest number of speakers of Welsh, after the UK?
    Author: - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)

  • Argentina - 18% (377)
  • The United States - 14% (292)
  • Canada - 15% (310)
  • Australia - 24% (501)
  • No answer picked: 30% (648)
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    Question 1124: The tower below, currently in construction, is the tallest building in the world. In which city is it located?
    Author: lina - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World - picture

  • Tapei, Taiwan - 9% (195)
  • Dubai, UAE - 55% (1149)
  • Chicaco, United States - 4% (93)
  • Shangai, China - 7% (143)
  • No answer picked: 24% (494)
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    Question 1161: Which country is not a member of the free trade south american organization (Mercosul)?
    Author: Otavio Bravo - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Argentina - 8% (234)
  • Paraguay - 21% (598)
  • Colombia - 36% (1026)
  • Brazil - 9% (267)
  • No answer picked: 26% (762)
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    Question 1162: Before his election as Brazilian President, which have been the former professional activities of Luis Ignacio 'Lula' da Silva?
    Author: Otavio Bravo - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Senator, labor union leader, lawyer - 13% (212)
  • Truck driver, labor union spokesman, minister of labor - 14% (228)
  • Congressman, fisherman, journalist - 11% (179)
  • Factory worker, labor union leader, congressman - 27% (444)
  • No answer picked: 34% (558)
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    Question 1163: Who was the first civilian Brazilian President after the end of the military regime (1985)?
    Author: Otavio Bravo - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Fernando Collor de Mello - 18% (249)
  • Jose Sarney - 15% (205)
  • Fernando Henrique Cardoso - 28% (387)
  • Itamar Franco - 6% (80)
  • No answer picked: 34% (482)
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    Question 1164: Which is Canada's only officially bilingual province?
    Author: Bill Donovan - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Others

  • Manitoba - 3% (94)
  • New Brunswick - 13% (381)
  • Quebec - 49% (1442)
  • Ontario - 10% (286)
  • No answer picked: 25% (719)
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    Question 1200: In which of those countries are the Yorubas mainly found?
    Author: Dele Ajaja - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Black Africa

  • India - 9% (256)
  • Ghana - 25% (699)
  • Nigeria - 30% (834)
  • Australia - 10% (270)
  • No answer picked: 27% (763)
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    Question 1213: Who is the current emperor of Japan?
    Author: Aalwin Joseph T. Mathew - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Taro Aso - 7% (206)
  • Akhihito - 37% (1069)
  • Hu Jintao - 15% (427)
  • Hiro Hito - 17% (501)
  • No answer picked: 24% (706)
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    Question 1367: What is the second largest city in the Czech Republic?
    Author: Ivana - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World

  • Karlovy Vary - 8% (62)
  • Brno - 26% (196)
  • Prague - 16% (124)
  • Ostrava - 17% (133)
  • No answer picked: 33% (249)
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    Question 1422: east berlin was controlled by which country
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World

  • No answer picked: 100% (3159)
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    Question 1426: What is the name of the current President of Cuba?
    Author: Naveen Sharma - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Latin America

  • Fidel Castro - 20% (303)
  • Raul Castro - 48% (741)
  • Batista - 5% (70)
  • Fidel Crox - 4% (57)
  • No answer picked: 24% (369)
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    Question 1427: Which country is the newest member of the SAARC association?
    Author: Naveen Sharma - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Myanmar - 20% (153)
  • Pakistan - 9% (65)
  • The Maldives - 19% (147)
  • Afghanistan - 21% (157)
  • No answer picked: 31% (233)
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    Question 1432: In which country was Osama bin Laden killed ?
    Author: Gul - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)

  • Saudi Arabia - 4% (126)
  • Afghanistan - 16% (502)
  • Pakistan - 54% (1657)
  • Iraq - 5% (162)
  • No answer picked: 21% (643)
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    Question 1439: what is holyday or festival?
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1440:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1442:
    Author: wilma - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1443:
    Author: wilma - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1444: What is earthquake?
    Author: Ajay Pradhan - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1445: who is the first president of ghana
    Author: vincenr boadu - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • ofori atta - 0% (0)
  • j.j rawlings - 0% (0)
  • j.a kuffour - 0% (0)
  • dr. kwame nkrimah - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1447: what is manshabdari partha ,plz tell me
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1448: bond between people in shang china
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1453: julia robert was elected first prime minister in 2011 in which country
    Author: rakesh kumar shaw - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Others
    Not confirmed yet

  • thailand - 0% (0)
  • australia - 0% (0)
  • rome - 0% (0)
  • bhutan - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1454: longest highway
    Author: Anilkumar - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1455: longest river
    Author: Anilkumar - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1457: who are the first people to travel across the world in a hot air ballon
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1458: WHICH IS THE LARGEST RIVER IN THE WORLD
    Author: FATHIMATH MISIRIYA - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • RUSSIA - 0% (0)
  • RUSSIA - 0% (0)
  • RUSSIA - 0% (0)
  • RUSSIA - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1459: which is world's largest country
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1460: what is time
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • poo - 0% (0)
  • pee - 0% (0)
  • poopee - 0% (0)
  • diarrhoea - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1461: Once blanketed by a thick forest, this growing city on the edge of a large inlet has some spectacular views.
    Author: Racheal - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1462: when did rome war end
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1468: if im an idiot, what boy would i be?
    Author: conor diss - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • connor brownfield - 0% (0)
  • george morgan - 0% (0)
  • amadeep jandhu - 0% (0)
  • mum - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1469: where is kosova ?
    Author: kamila - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • europe - 0% (0)
  • asia - 0% (0)
  • south america - 0% (0)
  • africa - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1470: which is not quality of a self actualised person
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • humor - 0% (0)
  • dependent - 0% (0)
  • good relationship - 0% (0)
  • problem centered in approach - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1471:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1472: What country is highlighted below
    Author: William - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • Sudan - 0% (0)
  • Laos - 0% (0)
  • Togo - 0% (0)
  • South Sudan - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1473: What is the capital of Sao Tome and Principe?
    Author: William - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Miami - 0% (0)
  • Sao Tome - 0% (0)
  • Princepe - 0% (0)
  • Mecca - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1474: In what time zone is Ireland located?
    Author: William - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • UTC -1 - 0% (0)
  • UTC +51/2 - 0% (0)
  • None of the following - 0% (0)
  • UTC +12 - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1475: What is the world's 2nd tallest mountain?
    Author: William - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mt. Mckinley - 0% (0)
  • Mt. Everest - 0% (0)
  • Diran - 0% (0)
  • K2 - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1477: no snake country
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1481:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1483: Which is the only city in the world which has the most number of engineering college
    Author: Harsha - Category: Current Economic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • London - 0% (0)
  • Bangalore - 0% (0)
  • Melbourne - 0% (0)
  • Kolkata - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1485: Is what year was Michelangelo born?
    Author: Elroy Gopal - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • 1420 - 0% (0)
  • 1386 - 0% (0)
  • 1475 - 0% (0)
  • 1410 - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1490: Which cycle is the base for modern days thermal power plant..
    Author: Vaibhav diwan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Carnot Cycle - 0% (0)
  • Rankine Cycle - 0% (0)
  • Joule Cycle - 0% (0)
  • Diesel Cycle - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1492: what is redshift?
    Author: sreelekshmi - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • red shift is light waves are elongated when an object moves away from the observer. - 0% (0)
  • red shift is a dangerous radiation from space - 0% (0)
  • red shift is a galaxie in space - 0% (0)
  • red shift is a sound from space - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1501: In the period between world war 1 and world war 2, which group made the greatest gains in political rights?
    Author: Ricky Chen - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • African American - 0% (0)
  • Women - 0% (0)
  • New immigrants - 0% (0)
  • Native American - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1502: In the period between world war 1 and world war 2, which group made the greatest gains in political rights?
    Author: Ricky Chen - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • African American - 0% (0)
  • Women - 0% (0)
  • New immigrants - 0% (0)
  • Native American - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1503: in which is the capital of egypt
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • cairo - 0% (0)
  • alexendria - 0% (0)
  • siwah - 0% (0)
  • aswan - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1504: hoe heett de oorlog in de wereld
    Author: naomi - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • wereldklok - 0% (0)
  • wereldruzie - 0% (0)
  • wereldoorlog - 0% (0)
  • wereldwater - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1505: when gandhi started salt satyagraha
    Author: praveenkumarvellaisamy - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • 1970 - 0% (0)
  • 1986 - 0% (0)
  • 1930 - 0% (0)
  • 1929 - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1506: the players of which sport are called spikers
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1513:
    Author: Mr do good - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1514: What African country did denkyira symbols originate
    Author: Mr do good - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa
    Not confirmed yet

  • Ethiopia - 0% (0)
  • South Africa - 0% (0)
  • Egypt - 0% (0)
  • Ghana - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1515: What country has the Igbo tribe
    Author: Mr do good - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1516: What country has the Igbo tribe
    Author: Mr do good - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa
    Not confirmed yet

  • Congo - 0% (0)
  • Nigeria - 0% (0)
  • South Africa - 0% (0)
  • Guinea - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1517: What country has the Igbo tribe
    Author: Mr do good - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa
    Not confirmed yet

  • Congo - 0% (0)
  • Nigeria - 0% (0)
  • South Africa - 0% (0)
  • Guinea - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1518: What country has the Igbo tribe
    Author: Mr do good - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Black Africa
    Not confirmed yet

  • Congo - 0% (0)
  • Nigeria - 0% (0)
  • South Africa - 0% (0)
  • Guinea - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1519: WHICH WILL BE THE SECOND MOST POPULATED COUNTRY IN 2050
    Author: AIMALWAQAS - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)
    Not confirmed yet

  • PAKISTAN - 0% (0)
  • INDIA - 0% (0)
  • CHINA - 0% (0)
  • INDONESIA - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1520: WHO IS THE THIRD PRESIDENT OF AMERICA
    Author: AIMALWAQAS - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • ABRAHAM LINCOLN - 0% (0)
  • THOMAS JEFFERSON - 0% (0)
  • GEORGE WASHINGTON - 0% (0)
  • GEORGE .W. BUSH - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1523: WHICH COUNTRY HAS THE LARGEST CANAL SYSTEM ?
    Author: AIMAL WAQAS - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • INDIA - 0% (0)
  • NEPAL - 0% (0)
  • BANGLADESH - 0% (0)
  • PAKISTAN - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1524:
    Author: sergio luiz rodrigues - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1525: largest natural cave in india
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • ajanta - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1526: largest natural cave in india
    Author: sabi v s - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Others
    Not confirmed yet

  • ajanta - 0% (0)
  • ellora - 0% (0)
  • elephanta - 0% (0)
  • krem liath pra - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1528: Which is the first city in the world to see the sun each day?
    Author: tim - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Sydney - 0% (0)
  • Wellington - 0% (0)
  • Gisborne - 0% (0)
  • Tauranga - 0% (0)
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    Question 1529: wich is known as pink city?
    Author: p.devi - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Others
    Not confirmed yet

  • punjab - 0% (0)
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  • patna - 0% (0)
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    Question 1530:
    Author: Reginald the babybull - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1531:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1532: where will be the CHOGM of 2013 held
    Author: tony kurian koshy - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1533: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1534: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1535: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1536: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1537: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1538: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1539: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1540: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1541: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1542: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1543: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1544: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1545: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
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    Question 1546: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1547: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1548: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1549: How many runs did Umukt chand scored in the U-19 world cup final 2012
    Author: Tanmya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

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    Question 1550: In the United States the television broadcast standard is...?
    Author: prakshi - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • PAL - 0% (0)
  • NTSC - 0% (0)
  • SECAM - 0% (0)
  • RGB - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1551: Pick out the one country whose currency is not 'the pound'...?
    Author: Prakshi - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Falkland Islands - 0% (0)
  • St. Helena - 0% (0)
  • Somalia - 0% (0)
  • Syria - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1552: city with seven hill
    Author: shankar - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1555: What is the former name of China?
    Author: Argel Obenita - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Ceylon - 0% (0)
  • Cathay - 0% (0)
  • Siam - 0% (0)
  • Kampuchea - 0% (0)
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    Question 1557: who among the following popes ordered the Sale of Indulgence
    Author: mukesh kumar mishra - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Alexander VI - 0% (0)
  • Leo X - 0% (0)
  • Julius II - 0% (0)
  • none of the above - 0% (0)
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    Question 1558: Largest City in terms of land area
    Author: Niel - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Davao City, Philippines - 0% (0)
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil - 0% (0)
  • New York City, USA - 0% (0)
  • Tokto Japan - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1562:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1563: who decided to make the white color good n the black color bad
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1564: who decided to make the white color good n the black color bad
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1566: In ancient city was the first maritime dockyard?
    Author: Adity C. - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Babylon - 0% (0)
  • Lothal - 0% (0)
  • Rome - 0% (0)
  • Athens - 0% (0)
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    Question 1571: which is known as the temple state of india ?
    Author: naveen - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • bihar - 0% (0)
  • orissa - 0% (0)
  • tamilnadu - 0% (0)
  • karnataka - 0% (0)
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    Question 1574:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1575: Prithbir big temple
    Author: Shuvankar sarkar - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1576: What is the smallest European country, defined by land mass?
    Author: angie - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • Andorra - 0% (0)
  • San Marino - 0% (0)
  • Vatican City - 0% (0)
  • Liechtenstein - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1577:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Others
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1581:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1583:
    Author: Ayush - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1587: What is the Capital of Trinidad and Tobago?
    Author: - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Latin America
    Not confirmed yet

  • Weston - 0% (0)
  • Taipei - 0% (0)
  • Port of Spain - 0% (0)
  • Scarborough - 0% (0)
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    Question 1590:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1593:
    Author: pandy - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1597: Which Queen was originally Called Gloriena but is known as something ele
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mary I - 0% (0)
  • Elizabeth I - 0% (0)
  • Katherine of Aragon - 0% (0)
  • Merciona III - 0% (0)
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    Question 1606: Who envented the first shop ever like the ones we have now
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mr. Selfrige - 0% (0)
  • Maragolonia Bosni - 0% (0)
  • Millie Pentland - 0% (0)
  • Kate judson - 0% (0)
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    Question 1607: Who envented the first shop ever like the ones we have now
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mr. Selfrige - 0% (0)
  • Maragolonia Bosni - 0% (0)
  • Millie Pentland - 0% (0)
  • Kate judson - 0% (0)
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    Question 1609: Who envented the first shop ever like the ones we have now
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mr. Selfrige - 0% (0)
  • Maragolonia Bosni - 0% (0)
  • Millie Pentland - 0% (0)
  • Kate judson - 0% (0)
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    Question 1610: Who envented the first shop that is the typ of the typ of shop we have now
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mr.selfrige - 0% (0)
  • Millie Pentland - 0% (0)
  • Rownan lockhead - 0% (0)
  • Selena gomez - 0% (0)
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    Question 1611: Who envented the first shop that is the typ of the typ of shop we have now
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mr.selfrige - 0% (0)
  • Millie Pentland - 0% (0)
  • Rownan lockhead - 0% (0)
  • Selena gomez - 0% (0)
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    Question 1612: Who envented the first shop that is the typ of the typ of shop we have now
    Author: You will never know - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mr.selfrige - 0% (0)
  • Millie Pentland - 0% (0)
  • Rownan lockhead - 0% (0)
  • Selena gomez - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1613: When gandhi addopt non-coperation movement?
    Author: Napo - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • 1 - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1618: What Country was first to have a man made that can be seen in the moon?
    Author: John Hernandez - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Eiffel Tower - 0% (0)
  • Great wall of China - 0% (0)
  • The Kremlin - 0% (0)
  • Suez Canal - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1619: Known as the Greatest Dictator in the Philippines?
    Author: John Hernandez - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Gloria Macapagal Arroyo - 0% (0)
  • Ferdinand Edralin Marcos - 0% (0)
  • Fidel V. Ramos - 0% (0)
  • Manuel Quezon - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1624: What is the Oldest buiding in the following?
    Author: John Hernandez - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Taj Mahal - 0% (0)
  • Statue of Liberty - 0% (0)
  • Ankor wat - 0% (0)
  • Great wall of china - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1625: which is the biggest country in the world
    Author: imran - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • china - 0% (0)
  • russia - 0% (0)
  • india - 0% (0)
  • pakistan - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1626:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1627: the tallest building in the world.
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1628:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1629: FROM WHICH YEAR THE URO CUP FOOTBALL STARTED
    Author: PRADIP DUTTA - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • 1930 - 0% (0)
  • 1950 - 0% (0)
  • 1960 - 0% (0)
  • 1987 - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1631:
    Author: Athirah - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1632:
    Author: Ka - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1633: When did korean war officially ended?
    Author: Akumat - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • 1953 - 0% (0)
  • It never ended - 0% (0)
  • 1951 - 0% (0)
  • None of the above - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1635: what was the first country to elect a woman as prime minister?
    Author: pip simmonds - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Britian - 0% (0)
  • Australia - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1636: what was the first country to elect a woman as prime minister?
    Author: pip simmonds - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Britian - 0% (0)
  • Australia - 0% (0)
  • New Zealand - 0% (0)
  • Brazil - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1637: Where in the world were the pink and white terraces before they were destroyed by a landslide?
    Author: pip simmonds - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • New Zealand - 0% (0)
  • India - 0% (0)
  • Thailand - 0% (0)
  • Portugal - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1639: (1)---key combination that lets you toggle between open window
    Author: lalit kumar mundaniya - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: Others - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • (a)ALT+SHIFT+TAB - 0% (0)
  • (b)ALT+CTRL+TAB - 0% (0)
  • (c)ALT+CTRL - 0% (0)
  • (d)ALT+TAB - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1640: What is the biggest country on south America?
    Author: brahim - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Latin America
    Not confirmed yet

  • Argentina - 0% (0)
  • Brazil - 0% (0)
  • Bolivia - 0% (0)
  • Venezuela - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1641: Who is the former president of Russia when S.S.S.R had collapsed in 1991?
    Author: brahim - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Boris Yeltsin - 0% (0)
  • Micheal Gorbachev - 0% (0)
  • Joseph Stallin - 0% (0)
  • Leonid Kuchma - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1642: What was the former name of Burkina-Faso?
    Author: brahim - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Dahomey - 0% (0)
  • Upper Volta - 0% (0)
  • Zaire - 0% (0)
  • Kabinda - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1644: drss
    Author: Rs - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1645: Who was the first president to be televised
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1646: What political coalition was elected in France in 1936?
    Author: bambi - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1647: which country is known as the country of 'gross national happiness?'
    Author: sonam tobgay - Category: Current Political
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)
    Not confirmed yet

  • japan - 0% (0)
  • thailand - 0% (0)
  • Bhutan - 0% (0)
  • india - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1648: WHO WAS FIRST WOMAN SUCESSFULLY CLIMB K2
    Author: LALIT SHAKYA - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • BECANDERI PAL - 0% (0)
  • WANDQ RUTKABENZIC - 0% (0)
  • CING WANG KA - 0% (0)
  • SUNITA WILLAMS - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1649: Which flag's country is this?
    Author: Abhimanyu - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World - picture
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  • Germany - 0% (0)
  • Greece - 0% (0)
  • Ghana - 0% (0)
  • Guatemala - 0% (0)
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    Question 1650:
    Author: Henry - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1651: which element doesnt belong to noble gases?
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
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  • argon - 0% (0)
  • krypton - 0% (0)
  • thallium - 0% (0)
  • neon - 0% (0)
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    Question 1652: How many people have you eat?
    Author: FabiDoesMC - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • 1 (cheap) - 0% (0)
  • 30 (fat! - 0% (0)
  • 200 (ricardowheight) - 0% (0)
  • 15 (perfect) - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1653: where do the most newspapers sell?
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
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  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1654: Chin ke dewar ke what km.
    Author: Dinesh kumar - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • 3239 - 0% (0)
  • 3648 - 0% (0)
  • 4905 - 0% (0)
  • 5689 - 0% (0)
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    Question 1655:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1656:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1657: which country is the first world leading power ?
    Author: akaba oba - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • answer - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1659: the aeroplane which not see in radar
    Author: pradeep cp - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1660:
    Author: Louie - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1661: In which country does flying fish and swimming bird found?
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1662: In which country does flying fish and swimming bird found?
    Author: rajkumar - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1663: what is the full form of bfc
    Author: raman - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • berlin football club - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1664: full form of bfc
    Author: raman - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • BANGLORE FOOT BALL CLUB - 0% (0)
  • BARCELONA FOOTBALL CLUB - 0% (0)
  • BERLIN FOOTBALL CLUB - 0% (0)
  • BANGKOK FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1665: full form of bfc
    Author: raman - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • BANGLORE FOOT BALL CLUB - 0% (0)
  • BARCELONA FOOTBALL CLUB - 0% (0)
  • BERLIN FOOTBALL CLUB - 0% (0)
  • BANGKOK FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS - 0% (0)
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    Question 1666: which country was not colonized by any country but by the family of same country for 104 years?
    Author: Alin - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)
    Not confirmed yet

  • Maldives - 0% (0)
  • Bhutan - 0% (0)
  • Nepal - 0% (0)
  • Bangladesh - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1667: Who was the last leader of the Worker's Party of South Korea from his unknown death around 1956 by the DPRK
    Author: AR - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: Asia (except Middle-East)
    Not confirmed yet

  • Kim Il sung - 0% (0)
  • Pak Hon Yong - 0% (0)
  • Kim Kyu Suk - 0% (0)
  • Kim Gu - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1668: Which of the following nations were under a Stalinist form of Government at one point in the past?
    Author: AR - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 5/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • USSR, Romania, China, North Korea, Laos, North Vietnam/Vietnam and East Germany - 0% (0)
  • USSR, Bulgaria, East Germany, Hungary, North Korea, Cuba and Yugoslavia - 0% (0)
  • Bulgaria, Romania, East Germany, North Korea, Hungary, Cuba and Poland - 0% (0)
  • Yugoslavia, East Germany, Ethiopia, Angola, Zimbabwe and USSR - 0% (0)
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    Question 1669: World tobalo day
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1670: In which UK County is Leeds Castle?
    Author: Tom Bayliss - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • Yorkshire - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1671: In which UK county is Leeds Castle?
    Author: Tom Bayliss - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Yorkshire - 0% (0)
  • Cambridgeshire - 0% (0)
  • Kent - 0% (0)
  • Lancashire - 0% (0)
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    Question 1673: the grand canal, which linked the t'ang capital to the coastal towns of the south allowed the t'ang to shift their government farther to the east.
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • true - 0% (0)
  • false - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1674: who is the father of psychology?
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1678:
    Author: Subho - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1679:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1680:
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1681: What is the first political party in the world?
    Author: alexander nweze - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1682: Which is the celestial body that lies between jupiter and mars?
    Author: Karnan.m - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • astroids - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1683: During the 1800s, this island was one of North America's largest exporters of lime. Lime is produced from limestone, and is used in a wide variety of applications, from agriculture, to paper making and building construction.
    Author: John Sturtevant - Category: Background History
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: United States
    Not confirmed yet

  • Puerto Rico - 0% (0)
  • San Juan Island, WA - 0% (0)
  • Long Island, NY - 0% (0)
  • Nantucket, MA - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1685: whoindianpmdeathoutofcountry
    Author: aminul - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Others
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1686:
    Author: ali - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1687: umerkot is famouse for?
    Author: Imran - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 3/5 - Zone: United States - picture
    Not confirmed yet

  • ground - 0% (0)
  • umer and marvi - 0% (0)
  • akber - 0% (0)
  • non of these - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1689: how much country in the world
    Author: Santosh jadhav - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1690: What country currently governs the Archipelago of Svalbard?
    Author: Bob White - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • Russia - 0% (0)
  • Finland - 0% (0)
  • Norway - 0% (0)
  • Denmark - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1691: Which country was lead by Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ?
    Author: Albert Lee Juchaungst - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 2/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Argentina - 0% (0)
  • Spain - 0% (0)
  • the Philippines - 0% (0)
  • Antigua & Barbuda - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1692: Which is the highest point above sea level in Zimbabwe
    Author: Tatenda Chinyamakobvu - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Mt Nyangani - 0% (0)
  • Mt Selina - 0% (0)
  • Mt Mazoe - 0% (0)
  • Harare - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1693: This picture was taken in which country ?
    Author: Ikram Yveskovic - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World - picture
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  • Greece - 0% (0)
  • Italy - 0% (0)
  • Vatican - 0% (0)
  • Turkey - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1694: Chao Phraya River is located in ...... which is also popular with its ....
    Author: Ikram Yveskovic - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 4/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Thailand ..... Wat Arun - 0% (0)
  • Thailand .... Ha Long Bay - 0% (0)
  • Laos ...... Lake Tonle Sap - 0% (0)
  • Myanmar ..... Loi Kratong Festival - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1695: Did Armstrong really landed on moon?
    Author: Dhanushkumar - Category: Background Geography
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • yes.he was proved that he was landed on moon. - 0% (0)
  • No.His approvals were not true. - 0% (0)
  • He was about to go to moon. - 0% (0)
  • It was a rumour. - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1696:
    Author: jordan - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1697:
    Author: PERLINA - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1698:
    Author: PERLINA - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1699: Who was the last leader of the USSR
    Author: - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • Alexander Kerensky - 0% (0)
  • Nikita Khruchev - 0% (0)
  • mikhail gorbachev - 0% (0)
  • Joseph Stalin - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1700: who is the first railway station in india
    Author: adarsh - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1701: Why did Jamie play Yellow?
    Author: one October evening - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
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  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1703: Who was nicknamed the Iron Chancellor?
    Author: ANONYMOUS_PERSON_NAME - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: Europe (Minus Russia)
    Not confirmed yet

  • James Ret Pearison of the United Kingdom - 0% (0)
  • Marque De Nisteux of France - 0% (0)
  • Otto Von Bismarck of Germany - 0% (0)
  • Zerbooj Van Zonstein of the Netherlands - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1704:
    Author: jitendra behera - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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    Question 1705: who is the first cricketer to reach the 200 run?
    Author: jitendra behera - Category: Background Politic
    Difficulty: 1/5 - Zone: World
    Not confirmed yet

  • sachin tendulkar - 0% (0)
  • virender sehwag - 0% (0)
  • rahul dravid - 0% (0)
  • ricky pointing - 0% (0)
  • No answer picked: 0% (0)
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