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Question 1: Dr John Garang de Mabior (June 23, 1945 – July 30, 2005) was the First Vice President of ________ and former leader of the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army.
SudanKenyaSouth AfricaNigeria

Question 2: Considered instrumental in ending the ________, the effect of Garang's death upon the peace deal is uncertain.
Naval warfareChemical warfareMilitary historyCivil war

Question 3: On 9 July 2005, he was sworn in as vice-president, the second most powerful person in the country, following a ceremony in which he and President ________ signed a power-sharing constitution.
Muammar al-GaddafiSudanOmar al-BashirNational Congress (Sudan)

Question 4: Uganda Joins Sudan in Investigating Garang's Death, William Eagle, ________, 9 August 2005
NHK WorldDeutsche WelleVoice of AmericaCNN

Question 5: Because of the ongoing fighting, Garang was forced to attend his secondary education in ________.
TanzaniaKenyaMozambiqueRwanda

Question 6: Sudan ex-rebel joins government, ________, 9 July 2005
Raidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4BBCNorwegian Broadcasting Corporation

Question 7: Deadly riots erupt in Sudan after Garang death, ________, 1 August 2005
Dick OlverBloomberg L.P.ReutersThomson Reuters

Question 8: After winning a scholarship, he went on to earn a B.A. in economics in 1969 from ________ in Iowa, USA.
Cornell CollegeGrinnell CollegeCoe CollegeLuther College (Iowa)

Question 9: A member of the ________ ethnic group, Garang was born into a poor family in Wanglei village in Bor, Sudan, in the upper Nile region of Sudan (currently Jonglei State).
Southern SudanNilo-Saharan languagesSecond Sudanese Civil WarDinka

Question 10: The return of a Sudanese survivor, opinion piece in The Daily Star, ________, 19 July 2005 - some info on early life
MoroccoSyriaEgyptLebanon







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