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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?

Test your knowledge of world news events in our quiz.

When you've got your result, why not e-mail the quiz to your friends to see how they measure up?

Question 1
A new branch of Madame Tussauds opened in Berlin last weekend featuring a controversial wax figure of Adolf Hitler. What happened to the waxwork?
A: It was beheaded by a protester
B: It melted in the summer heat
C: It briefly appeared without Hitler's infamous moustache
Question 2
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown this week likened himself to Heathcliff, the brooding anti-hero from Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. But he said that unlike Heathcliff, he didn't "generally"....
A: Trudge around moorland in the dark
B: Talk to ghosts
C: Lose his temper
Question 3
What does a citizens group in San Francisco plan to name after President George W Bush in a "tribute", after he leaves office?
A: A sewage plant
B: An oil refinery
C: A wildlife refuge
Question 4
In the latest initiative to improve relations between China and Taiwan, citizens of both countries have been invited to apply to take part in what?
A: A Big Brother-style "reality" show
B: The biggest photo-shoot ever
C: A joint mass wedding ceremony
Question 5
A French food body has warned that the days of cheap what are over?
A: Snails
B: Baguettes
C: Wine
Question 6
As the G8 got under way in Japan, leaders of the world's largest Islamic nations assembled for their own summit in Malaysia. What was it billed as?
A: I8
B: D8
C: M8
Question 7
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have named their new daughter Sunday Rose. Which day was she born?
A: Saturday
B: Sunday
C: Monday

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