The Monitor's Weekly News Quiz for Nov. 6-11, 2011

How well do you stay up with the news – from the mainstream to the semi-ridiculous? Take our news quiz and find out!

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1. The prime ministers of Greece and Italy both announced recently that they would step down, casualties of the ongoing debt crisis in Europe. Which other European nations also restructured their governments as a result of the crisis earlier this year?

The Irish government was voted out in April following a banking crisis and scandal. Portugal's prime minister resigned in March when his austerity package was rejected. (A new 2012 budget, from a new prime minister, containing austerity and reform measures was expected to pass soon.)

The Irish government was voted out in April following a banking crisis and scandal. Portugal's prime minister resigned in March when his austerity package was rejected. (A new 2012 budget, from a new prime minister, containing austerity and reform measures was expected to pass soon.)

The Irish government was voted out in April following a banking crisis and scandal. Portugal's prime minister resigned in March when his austerity package was rejected. (A new 2012 budget, from a new prime minister, containing austerity and reform measures was expected to pass soon.)

The Irish government was voted out in April following a banking crisis and scandal. Portugal's prime minister resigned in March when his austerity package was rejected. (A new 2012 budget, from a new prime minister, containing austerity and reform measures was expected to pass soon.)

Spain and Portugal

 

Portugal and Ireland

 

Ireland and England

 

Luxemborg and Belgium

 
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