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General Knowledge Quiz for 28 June 2018

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1

Where in London is Olympic Park of 500 acres (2 kmĀ²), containing the Olympic Stadium, the Aquatics Centre, the London Velopark, the Olympic Hockey Centre, a Basketball Arena, Handball Arena, the Olympic Village, the Olympic Press and Broadcast Centres and a tennis training centre?

A
Wembley
B
Stratford
C
Kensington
D
Kingston
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2

What is another name for Cro-Magnon man?

A
Neanderthal
B
European early modern human
C
Homo habilis
D
Hobbit
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3

In 1960, who became the first film star to receive $1 million for a single picture?

A
Julia Roberts
B
Elizabeth Taylor
C
Judy Garland
D
Jean Harlow
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4

Which of these men is associated with the make of car Aston Martin?

A
Donald Healey
B
David Brown
C
Herbert Austin
D
William Morris
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5

What 2003 film was about a murdered Irish journalist played by Cate Blanchett?

A
The Pelican Brief
B
Run Lola Run
C
Veronica Guerin
D
Sylvia
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6

During 2017 and 2018 there were tit-for-tat expulsions of large numbers of diplomats between, on the one hand, the USA and later the UK and 20 other countries, and on the other hand which country?

A
Mexico
B
Canada
C
Russia
D
China
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7

Junin mine in Ecuador extracts one of the largest quantities of what metal in Ecuador and in the world?

A
Lithium
B
Copper
C
Molybdenum
D
Tin
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