dateline: 31 July 2017
NB! From January 2020 Listen to News will change to Listen & Learn.
NEWS QUIZ – July 2017
This quiz is based on EnglishClub’s Weekly News for July 2017.
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What claim did North Korea make this July?
Why was the timing of North Korea’s missile test significant?
What was the UN’s reaction to North Korea’s missile test?
What did NASA confirm about the Antarctic this month?
What problem could the broken Antarctic iceberg cause?
What opened in northern Paris this month?
Why does Paris want to clean up its waterways?
How long has the Seine River been closed for public swimming?
What did the courts prevent the parents of baby Charlie Gard from doing?
Why did a US doctor change his mind about treating the 11-month-old baby?
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