Will you know the answers to this week’s news quiz or is your memory a black hole?

From career-ending gymnastic injuries to confronting nature documentaries, there was no shortage of disturbing news this week. So, do you remember it all?

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Young woman raising her five siblings alone surprised with new car

A young woman who is raising her five younger siblings after their parents died of cancer has been gifted a new car.

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Aboriginal art ‘mosh pit’ a drawcard for buyers and artists alike

Organisers of Perth’s only Aboriginal art fair are hoping to emulate last year’s event, which evolved into a “mosh pit” of buyers who spent more than $400,000 in seven hours.

         April 11, 2019 at 12:00PM https://ab.co/2X5QmxU

Assange arrest reveals British justice is just a ‘plaything’ of Washington

Preview The arrest of Julian Assange in London after an extradition request from the US, and the way the WikiLeaks founder was treated by a British judge, made Thursday a “shameful day” for UK justice, commentators told RT.
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Tennessee 2-month-old tests positive for cocaine – https://t.co/OzHjRX5fXB

ASX set to rise as Wall St trades cautiously ahead of earnings season

The local share market is expected to defy a weak lead from Wall Street and start its day on a high, ahead of the Reserve Bank releasing its latest Financial Stability Review.

         April 11, 2019 at 11:39AM https://ab.co/2GgYcz8

Explosion in Al-bab tonight

Explosion in Al-bab tonight

Twins used in study of long-term effects of space travel

The question of whether humans can spend prolonged periods in space is closer to being answered.

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KCNA: “At the First Session of the 14th Supreme People’s Assemblythe plan of state budgetary revenue for last year was successfully fulfilled at 101.4 percent15.8 percent of the total expenditure went for firmly increasing the country’s defense capabilities.”

KCNA: "At the First Session of the 14th Supreme People’s Assemblythe plan of state budgetary revenue for last year was successfully fulfilled at 101.4 percent15.8 percent of the total expenditure went for firmly increasing the country’s defense capabilities."

KCNA: “Holding Kim Jong Un invariably in high esteem as the top leader of the DPRK is the reflection of the deep reverence and trust of allin him who has opened up a bright future of all generationswith his rare political abilities and sweeping revolutionary practices.”

KCNA: "Holding Kim Jong Un invariably in high esteem as the top leader of the DPRK is the reflection of the deep reverence and trust of allin him who has opened up a bright future of all generationswith his rare political abilities and sweeping revolutionary practices."