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Question 1: The paper identified the material as a ________-developed "psycho-chemical gas" known as Kolokol-1, and reported that "the gas had such an influence on [Chechen siege leader Movsar] Barayev that he couldn't get up from [his] desk".
Iron CurtainEastern BlocBerlin WallKGB

Question 2: Hostages given military's nerve gas antidote, ________, October 28, 2002
The ObserverThe GuardianThe IndependentThe Times

Question 3: [5] Russian doctors who helped hostages in first minutes after the siege used a common antidote to fentanyl, ________, by injection.
HeroinNaloxoneTramadolNalorphine

Question 4: Based on this information and examinations of victims, doctors concluded the gas was a ________ derivative.
HydrocodoneHeroinMorphineOxycodone

Question 5: Gas enters counterterror arsenal, ________, October 29, 2002
The Christian Science Monitor1996 Pulitzer PrizePulitzer Prize1978 Pulitzer Prize

Question 6: US identifies deadly Moscow siege gas, ________, 29 October 2002
BBC News (TV channel)BBC Cymru WalesBBC TelevisionBBC News

Question 7: What was the gas?, ________, 28 October 2002
BBC News (TV channel)BBC Cymru WalesBBC TelevisionBBC News

Question 8: [1] He identified it as a ________ derivative,[2] an extremely powerful opioid.
AnileridineRemifentanilFentanylAlfentanil

Question 9: Russia names Moscow siege gas, ________, October 30, 2002
HLN (TV channel)CNNCNN en EspañolFox News Channel

Question 10: Gas 'killed Moscow hostages', ________, 27 October 2002
BBC Cymru WalesBBC TelevisionBBC NewsBBC News (TV channel)
















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