1. This weekly newspaper was created in 1631 by Theophraste Renaudot and continued for almost 300 years before being discontinued in 1915. It is considered to be the first ever French newspaper, and was controversial for being the mouthpiece of the royal court which did not cover important events during the French Revolution. Name the newspaper.
2. His second name was Leonidas and was popularly known as ‘El Jefe’. A dictator of a country in the Caribbean, he was responsible for the deaths of thousands of people. The capital city of his country was once named after him, and he was assasinated in 1961. Name the person.
3. This statue was over 10 metres tall and was made using foam and paper with a metal base. A replica is now available in the University of British Columbia. The statue was created as part of the student protests at the Tiananmen Square in China in 1989. Name the statue.
4. Born in Ghana, the middle name of this man is Atta. He is well known for his role in the United Nations, and is also a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. There is also a foundation bearing his name created to promote sustainable development. Name the person.
5. The lead singer of a famous English band, his first name is Michael even though he is better known using a shorter nickname. He once acted in a film on Ned Kelly, and has also received the Knighthood in 2003. Name the singer.
1. La Gazette.
2. Rafael Trujillo.
3. Goddess of Democracy.
4. Kofi Annan.
5. Mick Jagger.