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Weekly world news quiz
The week in questions graphic

It's the end of another week... Just how much do you remember about the headlines from the past seven days?

Question 1
The Pew Research Center in Washington released a global survey of attitudes to major powers. People in only one of the following countries trust George W Bush more than Vladimir Putin, the poll suggests. Which one?
A: Britain
B: Italy
C: Canada
Question 2
Which of the following releases this week were known as the "Family Jewels"?
A: CIA documents detailing the agency's misdeeds
B: A new list of world heritage sites drawn up by the UN
C: Details of a 3,000-year-old find in Egypt
Question 3
How did CNN's Larry King describe Paris Hilton's performance after a much-hyped interview after leaving prison?
A: "Refreshingly honest"
B: "Puzzling and perplexing"
C: "About as shallow as a toddler's bath"
Question 4
German politicians condemned a computer-generated photo of Angela Merkel on the cover of a Polish magazine. What was she described as?
A: The Stepmother of Europe
B: The Battleaxe of Europe
C: The Iron Girl of Europe
Question 5
Which country this week banned Tom Cruise from filming there because of his religious beliefs?
A: Germany
B: Ireland
C: China
Question 6
Rupee coins in some parts of India are becoming scarce because they are being melted down to make what?
A: Wedding rings
B: Razor blades
C: Copper wiring
Question 7
Wearers of kilts now risk prosecution in Scotland if they fail to produce a sporran licence. What prompted the new law?
A: Concerns over the effect of under-age youths wearing the sporran
B: A rash of "rude designs" hitting the Scottish high street
C: Sporran-makers' use of fur from endangered animals

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