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September 6, 2019

We’re taking you all around the world this Friday on CNN 10. First, we have a look at how Hurricane Dorian is impacting the southeastern U.S. Then, we’re examining how India hopes a moon landing today makes for manned missions tomorrow. We make a stop in southwestern England to explain a potential resurgence of tin mining. And we wrap up in Japan, where a humanoid robot just became a towering record holder.WEEKLY NEWSQUIZ1. What is the name of the strongest hurricane ever to hit the Bahamas?2. When it made landfall in the Bahamas, what category was the storm named in question 1?Read More3. “Jennet” is the term for what kind of female animal, which a CNN Hero has dedicated his life to rescuing?4. In 2016, Britons voted 52 percent to 48 percent to do what, which triggered a process that continues to challenge their country more than 3 years later?5. In what island nation would you find Changi Airport, where it’s illegal to visit transit areas if you’re not actually planning to fly?6. Carrie Lam is the chief executive of what city, which has been embroiled in massive protests for months?7. Google recently paid a $170 million fine for allegedly violating a law that protects children’s privacy. On what website did the apparent violations occur?8. NASA and the European Space Agency are teaming up to crash a spacecraft into what type of celestial object, which is expected to pass between Earth and Mars in three years?9. What is the two-word term for the rise in the level of seawater that’s pushed ashore by a hurricane (or other storm)?10. Name the county in England that was the world’s largest producer of tin in the 1870s and could see a rebirth of tin mining.Click for a printable version of the Weekly Newsquiz.TRANSCRIPTClick here to access the printable version of today’s CNN 10 transcript.CNN 10 serves a growing audience interested in compact on-demand news broadcasts ideal for explanation seekers on the go or in the classroom. The show’s priority is to identify stories of international significance and then clearly describe why they’re making news, who is affected, and how the events fit into a complex, international society.Thank you for using CNN 10

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