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Question: In what country is the death penalty for crime forbidden?
Answer: Australia forbids the death penalty. As of 2009, 57 countries had abolished capital punishment.
Question: In what country are the world’s ten coldest cities located?
Answer: Russia is home to ten cities whose wintertime temperatures are regularly well below zero. Many of them are in Siberia.
Question: What kind of government is that of Oman?
Answer: Oman is called a sultanate because it has a king with the title of sultan.
Question: In what country might you find the Loch Ness monster?
Answer: The Loch Ness monster, or Nessie, is a sea creature that supposedly lives in a loch, or inland sea, in Scotland.
Question: What country does not use the dollar?
Answer: India uses the rupee as its main unit of currency. The other countries use the dollar.
Question: What is the world’s second largest country?
Answer: After Russia, Canada is the second largest country in the world in area. Covering nearly 10 million square kilometers, Canada spans six time zones and borders three oceans.
Question: Which of these is an Indian Ocean republic?
Answer: The Republic of Maldives is a chain of nearly 1,200 small islands in the Indian Ocean.
Question: In what country does Arsenal play?
Answer: Arsenal Football Club play in Holloway, a suburb of the English capital, London.
Question: What nation is divided into cantons?
Answer: Switzerland is divided into 26 cantons, small states with a great deal of autonomy. The country was not unified until 1848.
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