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Grade: 4,    Subject: LanguageArts,    Topic: Reading Sports News, World News
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Football Action Resumes at Women's World Cup in China

Four teams, two from Group C and two from Group D, were sent to the single-elimination quarterfinal round.

Norway trounced Ghana, 7-2 to finish as the top team from Group C. Australia also advances to the quarterfinal round after playing Canada to a 2-2 draw. Brazil became the only team to win all three of its first round games with a 1-0 victory over Denmark. The other team to advance to the quarterfinal round from Group D is host China, which scored an impressive 2-0 win over New Zealand.

Among those teams going home is Sweden, the 2003 runner-up. This tournament marks the first time the Swedes have failed to reach the quarterfinals at a World Cup.

The quarterfinal round opens Saturday with the United States facing England in Tianjin, while defending champion Germany plays North Korea in Wuhan. The other two quarterfinals are on Sunday, and feature Brazil against Australia, while Norway plays China. The final is September 30 in Shanghai.

 
Question 1:
Which team defeated New Zealand to advance to the quarterfinal round?

BrazilChina

USANorway
 
Question 2:
Which team won all three of its first round games?

NorwayCanada

BrazilAustralia
 
Question 3:
How many goals did Brazil score against Denmark?

32

01
 
Question 4:
Whom will Brazil face in the quarterfinal?

ChinaAustralia

KoreaEngland
 
Question 5:
Which city will host the quarterfinal match between USA and England?

WuhanShanghai

BeijingTianjin
 
Question 6:
Who designated the three-day polio immunization drive as an International Day of Peace?

Health workers in AfghanistanAfghan government

U.N.U.S.
 
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Health Workers Begin Polio Vaccination Drive in Afghanistan

Health workers in Afghanistan have launched a program to vaccinate children against polio. United Nations and Afghan government personnel began administering vaccines Wednesday to children in parts of southern and eastern Afghanistan.

The three-day polio immunization drive will continue until Friday, September 21, which the U.N. has designated as an International Day of Peace. The U.N. has encouraged Afghan people to mark the day by holding events urging peace.

Roshan Khadivi, a spokesperson for the U.N. children's agency UNICEF, said that the vaccination teams hope to reach 1.3 million Afghan children. The UNICEF spokesperson says health workers will visit areas that were missed by previous polio vaccination campaigns because of a lack of security. She says Afghan community leaders have agreed to support the campaign.

 
Question 7:
When did the three-day polio immunization drive start?

Wednesday, September 19Tuesday, September 18

Friday, September 21Thursday, September 20
 
Question 8:
Who is Roshan Khadivi?

Chairman for the U.N. children's agency UNICEFVice President for the U.N. children's agency UNICEF

Afghan community leaderSpokesperson for the U.N. children's agency UNICEF
 
Question 9:
Why were few areas missed by previous polio vaccination campaigns?

because of illiteracybecause of a lack of security

because of povertybecause of scarcity of water
 
Question 10:
Who has encouraged Afghan people to mark the day by holding events urging peace?

The U.N.Afghan government

Religious leadersHealth workers
 
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