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What was this name of this film, starring Leonardo di Caprio as confidence trickster Frank Abagnale Jr?

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1. Which was the second country in the world, after Great Britain, to issue postage stamps valid within the entire country?

The Saturday Quiz answers

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The Saturday Quiz: Try our weekly brain teaser

1. What links Jarvis Cocker and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and Phil Selway?

Hollie Cook's father was a member of which band?

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1. "Crying, talking, sleeping, walking". What comes next?

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The Saturday Quiz answers

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What connects Dizzee Rascal (pictured), Russell Brand and Caitlin Moran?

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1. What was recently named the UK's most downloaded song?

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American aviator Douglas Corrigan was nicknamed 'Wrong Way' after he allegedly flew across where by mistake in 1938?

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Which has a bigger population, Luxembourg or Iceland?

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The Big Question: Who will be the EU's first president, and why is the role so contentious?

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The European Council, the EU's main decision-making body, made up of the leaders of the 27 member states, is due to appoint its first president at a special summit in Brussels tomorrow night. The post has been created by the Treaty of Lisbon, which streamlines the EU's workings and takes effect on 1 December after being ratified by all 27 countries.



The Big Question: What is the truth behind the coup led by Simon Mann in Equatorial Guinea?

Why are we asking this now?

Simon Mann, the Eton-educated former SAS troop leader who organised a coup against the president of the oil-rich African state of Equatorial Guinea, arrived back in Britain yesterday after receiving a pardon.

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