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An AirEgypt plane carrying 66 people has disappeared, Donald Trump released a list of potential Supreme Court nominees, and veteran journalist Morley Shafer died. Take the BuzzFeed News quiz, made from stories featured in the BuzzFeed News app and the BuzzFeed News newsletter this week.

Posted on May 20, 2016, at 4:56 a.m. ET

  1. 1. Flight MS804

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    An AirEgypt plane carrying 66 people disappeared from radar Thursday at 2:30 a.m. Egyptian time after it left which airport?

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    John F. Kennedy in New York
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    Los Angeles International Airport
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    Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris
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    Cairo International Airport in Egypt
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    It's Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris

    The plane disappeared on its way to Cairo from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. At time of writing there has been no sign of the plane or any survivors.

  2. 2. Trump's Supreme Court Nominees

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    Donald Trump released a list of 11 potential Supreme Court nominees this week. Which one has been trolling him on Twitter?

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    Don Willett, a justice on the Texas Supreme Court
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    Don Willett, a justice on the Texas Supreme Court
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    David Stras, who was appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court in 2010.
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    David Stras, who was appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court in 2010.
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    Joan Larsen, who was appointed to the Michigan Supreme Court and is a former law clerk to Antonin Scalia.
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    Joan Larsen, who was appointed to the Michigan Supreme Court and is a former law clerk to Antonin Scalia.
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    Allison Eid, who was appointed chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court in 2006.
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    Allison Eid, who was appointed chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court in 2006.
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    It's Justice Don Willett.

    As a justice, Willett is known for his conservative ideals and also a lively Twitter presence. He regularly posts tweets that poke fun at Trump. Check out Trump's 10 other nominees.

  3. 3. Global Refugee Crisis

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    Which country plans to help Sudan's leader, who's wanted for genocide, set up refugee detention camps?

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    Ukraine
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    Germany
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    The U.K.
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    France
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    It's Germany.

    Documents reveal the Germans are going to help a world leader wanted for genocide set up “closed detention camps” in his country. The plan was supposed to remain a secret, according to classified documents obtained by German media. “Europe’s reputation could be at stake,” one high-level EU staffer said.

  4. 4. #ElbowGate

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    Things got pretty heated in the seat of Canada’s government on Wednesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau got physical with some opposition MPs. Which controversial bill were they debating before the incident occurred?

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    Eligibility requirements for Canadian citizenship
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    Physician-assisted dying
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    Legalizing marijuana
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    An anti-LGBT bill
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    It's physician-assisted dying.

    Trudeau apologized a few times after he was accused of “manhandling” one member of parliament and elbowing another. Tensions had been running high all day because of a government motion to strip opposition of their ability to delay the assisted dying bill.

  5. 5. Police Conduct

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    San Francisco's police chief resigned this week following a fatal officer-involved shooting of a black woman and which other issues?

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    A racist text-messaging scandal
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    Officer-involved shootings
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    A hunger strike
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    All of the above
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    It's all of the above.

    San Francisco's mayor said that under Police Chief Greg Suhr’s leadership, issues related to officer-involved shootings and community distrust of police had not been resolved quickly enough.

  6. 6. Criminalizing Abortion

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    Lawmakers in which U.S. state passed a bill that would criminalize abortion?

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    Arkansas
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    West Virginia
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    Oklahoma
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    Mississippi
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    It's Oklahoma.

    The Oklahoma Senate passed a bill that would make it a felony for a doctor to perform an abortion. The legislation now goes to Gov. Mary Fallin for her consideration. The bill would also authorize the revocation of medical licenses for those physicians who perform abortions.

  7. 7. Airbnb

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    Why is Virginian Gregory Seldon suing Airbnb?

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    Tax evasion
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    Illegal hidden fees
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    Discrimination
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    Breaking tenant laws
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    It's discrimination.

    Seldon, a black man, says he couldn't get an Airbnb booking until he posed as white. Now he's suing for racial discrimination, arguing the company violated his civil rights.

  8. 8. Morley Safer

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    Veteran reporter Morley Safer died Thursday at age 84. He was the longest-serving correspondent on which show?

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    The Today Show
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    60 Minutes
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    NBC Nightly News
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    Dateline
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    It's 60 Minutes

    Born in 1931 in Toronto, Shafer spent 52 years at CBS News, including 46 seasons at 60 Minutes. He has won a number of Emmy and Peabody Awards and was known for bringing the Vietnam War into the American people’s living rooms.

  9. 9. Pizza Goals

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    A 6,082-foot pizza made in Naples, Italy, won the world record for longest pizza this week. How many chefs did it take to make the beautiful thing?

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    70
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    100
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    300
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    2
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    It's 100.

    The pizza makers used 2,000 kilograms of flour, 1,600 kilograms of tomatoes, 2,000 kilograms of Fior di latte cheese, and 200 liters of olive oil. They spent 11 hours preparing.

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