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Have a go at the Independent's Saturday quiz, which features questions from general knowledge, to films to world triva.
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1. What good news was there for Jewish people in Pope Paul VI's 'Declaration on the Relation of the Church with Non-Christian Religions', part of the Second Vatican Council, in 1965?
1. What domestic disciplinary record do the footballers Richard Dunne, Patrick Vieira and Duncan Ferguson share?
He played Mr Pritchard in the Burton/Taylor production of ‘Under Milk Wood’ – a pleasure for a Dylan Thomas fan
On her husband's behalf she fought record companies and set up the Zappa and Barkin Pumpkin labels, alongside a mail-order business
Which drink did Ernest Hemingway describe as 'that opaque, bitter, tongue-numbing, brain-warming, stomach-warming, idea-changing, liquid alchemy'?
A biography of David Frost shows him to be a private but loved and admired figure
In 1975 Bill and Hillary Clinton honeymooned on Haiti, meeting Beauvoir and attending a ceremony
She was scathing of the effect the film industry had on her generation of young actors
Chris Maume looks at a thorough investigation that reveals many reasons for Jamaica’s sprint prowess – beyond the 'D word'
An eye-popping look at rock's robbers has got it covered
1. "She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B." To which multiple Oscar-winner was Dorothy Parker referring?
Who can gainsay people’s innermost feelings?