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Q: What organization elects the 15 judges of the
A: The United Nations.
Q: What Irish political movement is named after a phrase meaning
A: Sinn Fein.
Q: What nation was miffed when Hubert Humphrey declined its
secret offer to help finance his
A: The Soviet Union.
Q: What physicist's last words were not understood because his
nurse did not speak German?
A: Albert Einstein's.
Q: What dictator is affectionately dubbed EL Maximo by fans?
A: Fidel Castro.
Q: What 10-year old began earning his bad reputation by throwing
puppies off the Kremlin walls in 1540?
A: Ivan the Terrible.
Q: What country used weather-born balloons to drop more than a
hundred bombs on North America during World War II.
Q: What socialist writer's last
words were: "Last words are for
fools who haven't said enough"?
A: Karl Marx's.
Q: What former Soviet newspaper had to depend on cash from
the Greek Communist Party to stay alive in the
Q: What strategic group of islands did Portugal allow Britain to
access during World War II?
A: The Azores.
Q: What country was disputed in the largest sea-air
in history, from October 22-27,
A: The Philippines.
Q: What did four million prisoners die mining for in
Stalin's Kolyma forced labor camp?
Q: What 1938 pact caused Winston Churchill to utter: "We have
sustained a defeat without a
A: The Munich Pact.
Q: Who's believed by many to be buried in Downpatrick under a
tombstone marked with the letter "F"?
A: St. Patrick.
Q: What French explorer was
murdered by his crew after he spent
two years failing to locate the mouth of the Mississippi?
A: Robert La Salle.
Q: What can Germans publicly deny the existence of that can earn
years in prison?
A: The Holocaust.
Q: What's the Islamic Resistance Movement better known as
Q: What nation was bounced from the Organization of
States in 1962?
Q: What political system was gradually dismantled in South
Africa, stating in 1989?
Q: What famous Swiss citizen said of nuclear bombs: "If I had
known, I would have become a watchmaker"?
A: Albert Einstein.
Q: Who did Yigal Amir assassinate in
A: Yitzhak Rabin.
Q: Who was the longest reigning Arab ruler, through 1995?
A: King Hussein of Jordan.
Q: What royal briefly banished Sir Walter Raleigh to the
Tower of London after hearing of his secret marriage to her maid of
A: Elizabeth I.
Q: What war lasted from June5,
1967 to June 10,
A: The six day war.
Q: What Polish political movement got the support of Pope John
Paul II in the 1980s?
Q: What Argentinean was buried in a Milan cemetery under the
pseudonym Maria Maggi?
A: Eve Peron.