ArticleJanuary 22nd, 2016
World News Quiz: U.S.-Iran prisoner swap & possible Pluto replacementWorld
More detainees bid goodbye to the U.S. jail in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba this week, while Iran freed four Americans as part of a prisoner swap. Scientists discovered a ninth planet in our solar system — sorry, Pluto!
Give your students this fun, 5-minute quiz to review all of the major news of the past week. Follow @NewsHourWorld for more world news coverage.
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