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General Knowledge Quiz for 27 December 2015

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1

What was the occupation of St Peter, the leader of the Apostles?

A
Fisherman
B
Carpenter
C
Tax Collector
D
Telephone technician
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2

The first case of AIDS was discovered in 1981 in which city?

A
Kampala
B
Los Angeles
C
London
D
New York
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3

King Idris I was deposed in 1969 as king of where?

A
Libya
B
Ethiopia
C
Egypt
D
Somalia
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4

Australian Shane Warne is associated with which sport?

A
Tennis
B
Cricket
C
Hockey
D
Squash
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5

Where in London, covering 350 acres (140 hectares), would you find the Serpentine (an artifical lake), Rotten Row (for riding horses) and a bird sanctuary?

A
Richmond Park
B
St James's Park
C
Regent's Park
D
Hyde Park
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6

17 year old Zac Sunderland made the world's news in July 2009 for doing what?

A
Eating thre world record number of hot dogs
B
Setting off a bomb in Jakarta's Ritz-Carlton Hotel
C
Sailing around the world solo
D
Free-jumping from the Empire State Building
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7

In March 2007 Steven Bochco's 44-episode "Café Confidential" was launched; what did the episodes consist of?

A
Overheard café conversations
B
Crime drama in a different café round the world each episode
C
60 seconds on the internet of unscripted "confessions" by members of the public
D
5 minutes of policemen in different areas and at different levels of practice letting off steam
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