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Question 1: December 30 – A fire in a ________ night club (República Cromagnon) kills 194 people during a rock concert.
ArgentinaBuenos Aires Central Business DistrictBuenos AiresPalermo, Buenos Aires

Question 2: International Year to Commemorate the Struggle Against ________ and its Abolition (by UNESCO)
SlaveryUniversal suffrageAntisemitismRacism

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  The tsunami caused by the December 26, 2004 earthquake strikes Ao Nang, Thailand.
  Christopher Reeve
  Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld

Question 4: November 28 – Ricardo Lagos, President of Chile, promises economic compensation to 28,000 torture victims of ________'s military dictatorship.
Pope John Paul IIFidel CastroSalvador AllendeAugusto Pinochet

Question 5: September 3 – Russian forces end the siege at a school in Beslan, ________.
DagestanChechnyaIngushetiaNorth Ossetia-Alania

Question 6: May 17 – Massachusetts legalizes same-sex marriage, in compliance with a ruling from the state's Supreme Judicial Court (________).
Kerrigan v. Commissioner of Public HealthVarnum v. BrienLewis v. HarrisGoodridge v. Department of Public Health

Question 7: December 14 – The world's tallest bridge, the Millau bridge over the River Tarn in the Massif Central mountains, ________, is opened by President Jacques Chirac.
FranceCanadaItalyUnited Kingdom

Question 8: January 22 – ________, Canadian wrestling promoter (b.
George Scott (wrestler)Maple Leaf WrestlingTed DiBiaseJack Tunney

Question 9: November 14 – ________, Irish-born aid worker (b.
Margaret HassanKim Sun-ilPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–presentKenneth Bigley

Question 10: May 15 – South Africa is awarded the ________.
2006 FIFA World Cup2010 FIFA World Cup qualification2010 FIFA World Cup2010 FIFA World Cup Final

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