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In which Americain city was the presentation of the new iPad 2.0? For help, check the newspaper . |

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Rupert Murdoch is the founder of which corporation? For help, read the newspaper. |

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What was the reason a football match in the second brazillian league was interupted? You can also find the answer in an article in the newspaper. |

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Connect the football leagues with an appropriate logo.

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Who is the new prime minister of Northern Ireland? For help, check the newspaper. |

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Who is the president of European Central Bank? Write the answer in the box below. For help, check the newspaper. |

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From which year is the bilingual german-croatian poster for a presentation in Osijek? Write the year in the box bellow! You can find the right anwser in today's edition of the newspaper. |

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In which year did the Sex Pistols present their debut album "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols"? If you need help with the answer, check today's edition of the newspaper. |

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Connect the winner of 2011 Oscars on the left with appropriate movies on the right!

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A snail wants to climb up a high tower, which happens to be of the same height (in meters) as there were cars in this years carneval parade in Rijeka. The snail climbs 5 meters during the day, however, he slips for meters during the night. In how many days will he reach the top of the tower? For solving the puzzle you will need to know the number of cars at Rijeka parade. You can find the data in the newspaper. |

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