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mcauley world history chapter 23 quiz

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HIV/AIDS
what is one of the main causes of death in Africa?
500,000 - 1,000,000
what was the death toll during the Genocide in Rwanda?
Nobel Peace Prize
What prize did Desmund Tutu win in 1984?
the unity of all black Africans regardless of national boundaries
What is Pan Africanism?
4
on 9/11, how many planes were involved?
2003
what year was the invasion of Iraq launched?
united states
who launched the invasion of Iraq?
Talibans
what was a militant Islamic group that controlled Afghanistan and allowed Osama Bin Laden to train his Al-Qaeda terrorists there?
Saddam Hussein
who was the fifth president of Iraq?
drums and rattles
what types of instruments were used in traditional African music?
Osama Bin Laden
who was the most wanted terrorist in the world?
9/11 attack
what did osama bin laden do that was so important?
Al-Qaeda
What was the Sunni militant Islamist organization that was founded by Osama Bin Laden?
wealthy
What kind of family did Osama Bin Laden come from?
he was hanged
how did Saddam Hussein die?
Hutus, Tutsi's, Twas
what were the main ethnic groups that died in the genocide of Rwanda?
world trade center, pentagon, field in Pennsylvania
what were the 3 location of the 9/11 attack?
zionists
who was the group of people that wanted the land of ancient Israel to be a home for the Jewish people?
Iraq, Iran, Israel, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey
name 6 of the countries in the middle east.
Afrikaners
south African whites of Dutch descent
Saddam Hussein
leader of Iraq who invaded Kuwait
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
leader of the Islamic republic in Iran after the overthrow of the Shah
South Africa
nation in which the African National Congress (ANC) was formed in 1912
Rwanda
location of a brutal war between the Hutu and Tutsi tribes
Zionists
people who advocated that Palestine should be set aside as a home for Jews
Desmund Tutu
South African bishop who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984
Julius Nyerere
president of Tanzania who advocated an "African form of socialism"