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1. The State Hermitage in St Petersburg.

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1. It has more than 3m items, including the largest collection of paintings in the world. Which museum?

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1. Widely regarded as the world’s first pop festival, it took place in California in June 1967. Which festival?

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1 Monterey.

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1. Croatia.

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1. Dalmatia is an ancient region of which European country?

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1. Chet Baker.

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1. Which trumpeter was known as the Prince of Cool?

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1. Simon and Garfunkel's The Concert in Central Park

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1. On which 1981 live album do the performers thank, among others, the Fire Department, and Ed Koch?

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1. Pope Francis.

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1. How is Jorge Mario Bergoglio (born 1936) better known?

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1. Pebble Mill

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1. Until 2004, which Birmingham studios comprised the BBC's Midlands base?

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1. WH Auden, Frankie Howerd and Judi Dench were all born in which historic north of England city?

The Big Question: What exactly did Gary McKinnon do wrong, and should he be extradited?

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Because Gary McKinnon has been fighting the United States' plans to have him extradited on hacking charges for the best part of seven years.

The Big Question: Why is US health care in such a mess, and what can Obama do about it?

Why are we asking this now?

The issues on President Obama's plate as he prepares to take a summer break on Martha's Vineyard range from the stumbling economy to Afghanistan and the Middle East, but it is domestic policy and his pledge to enact health care reform that keeps him awake at night.

The Big Question: How is progress towards London 2012 going, and are there any hidden pitfalls?

Why are we asking this now?

Yesterday marked three years to go until the opening ceremony of the London Games in 2012. That's 1,095 days, or 156 weeks, including today.

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