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1. Pope Francis marked the anniversary of the slaughter of Armenians by calling the massacre by Ottoman Turks “the first genocide of the 20th century” and urging the international community to recognize it as such. How many years ago did the massacre occur?

A. 200

B. 300

C. 100

D. 50

E. 500

2. Who won this year’s Masters golf tournament?

A. Tiger Woods

B. Phil Mickelson

C. Justin Rose

D. Rory McIlroy

E. Jordan Spieth

3. What nation will President Barack Obama remove from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism in a key step to normalize relations between the two countries?

A. Iran

B. Iraq

C. Cuba

D. Russia

E. North Korea

F. Yemen

4. Who announced a bid to become Spokane’s mayor, the first potential opponent of current Mayor David Condon?

A. Ben Stuckart

B. Mike Fagan

C. Shar Lichty

D. Mark Few

E. Jay Inslee

5. After a rebranding process with Nike that took 18 months, the athletic teams of the United States Military Academy will be called what?

A. Nike Forces

B. Academy of Military

C. Army Military

D. Army West Point

E. U.S. Military

F. Great Defenders

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