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Welcome to your Check your Facts: 1

What mammal of the order of Pholidota (Greek for "horny scale") are known for their protective keratin scales that protect their skin?
Who, in 1958, became the first Swiss woman to hold a political office in Switzerland? She was elected to the Bürgerrat of Riehen.
Which sibling pair held the World No. 1 doubles ranking jointly for 438 weeks and are considered the most successful duo of all time?
Pastéis de nata, also known as Pastéis de Belém, gets its name from Belém, a district located in which European city?
The Swallow's tail happens to be the last completed painting of what painter? He died in the spring of 1983.
Also called the June War, 1967 Arab-Israeli War or Third Arab-Israeli War, one of the well-known names is the number of the days they fought. How many days?
What civilisation of Crete has been named after the son of Zeus and Europa by the archeologist Sir Arthur Evans?
Heat and Dust, a historical novel which won the Booker Prize in 1975, was written by which German born-British American novelist?
Starring Martin Sheen, Mischa Barton, Kal Penn amongst others, the 2014 movie ______: A Prayer for Rain is based on what actual incident?
Which American singer and songwriter's debut studio album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? was released in 2019? She also performed the title song "No Time to Die" for the upcoming James Bond movie.

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