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Friday, 29 March, 2002, 11:04 GMT
Quiz of the week's news
Thousands of news events happen every week. But in BBC News Online's quiz, there are just seven questions on seven days' news.

If you don't do very well this week, try again next Friday - this quiz is here every week.

"You are undoubtedly a young man with considerable talent." The kids are alright with whom?
A: Judge Geoffrey Rivlin jailing So Solid Crew's Ashley Walters on gun charges
B: The Oxford dons who accepted a fictional student after his "father" (a reporter) offered them £300,000
C: Hollywood producer Walter Mirisch, 80, handing 75-year-old Sidney Poitier his honorary Oscar
"You wouldn't want to live with him. And you certainly wouldn't vote for him." Who's not getting elected?
A: Ali G, whose "Vote Ali G, tax da panty" film posters were removed by the watchdog after 109 complaints
B: Mike Tyson, who Mayor Willie Herenton says wouldn't win a popularity contest, but can box in Memphis
C: Victor Meldrew, whose glum image matches that of the Tories says Iain Duncan Smith
"Others have committed worse crimes." Who says she's not so bad after all?
A: Britney Spears, who angered fans by arriving an hour late for her film's London premiere
B: Gwenyth Paltrow, whose see-through Oscars dress revealed her
C: Safiya Husaini, the Nigerian Muslim spared a stoning for adultery
"It wasn't until toward the end when she felt unwell." Who won't be speaking in public again in a hurry?
A: Glenda Jackson MP, who spoke at a homeless centre with a broken wrist and hip
B: Trade Minister Patricia Hewitt, ridiculed for a Commons speech saying land-locked Harrogate was by the sea
C: Halle Berry, whose Oscar speech was said to be emotional verging on the "hysterical"
"There are a lot of people here who are not stupid white men." Who was stressing diversity?
A: Mayor Ken Livingstone, defending London against a damning new entry in the Lonely Planet guide
B: Satirist Michael Moore, defending his new anti-Bush bestseller Stupid White Men
C: Sir John Stevens, defending his "bigoted" Met Police following the ousting of a gay senior officer
"He was much more intense than he's been and clearly she was very intimidated by it." Who should try the soft touch?
A: Country singer Lyle Lovett, whose leg was broken by a cow at his uncle's ranch
B: Hong Kong gay Noel Chen, whose lingering kiss at a wedding protesting discrimination surprised his lesbian bride
C: Washington zoo's panda Tian Tian, who has scared off his prospective mate
"I grabbed the eye and ripped it out and he let me go." Whose extreme measures?
A: A Munich man, proving to police his collection of sex dolls were not human corpses
B: Hawaiian Hoku Aki, escaping the jaws of the shark which took his foot
C: A London man, alleged to have dodged attendents to attack preserved corpses at the Body Works art show
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