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1. Scallion, the name is given for spring onions, gets its name from the ancient city of Ashkelon. In what modern-day country is Ashkelon/Ascalon located?
2. Mohammad Abdus Salam was a theoretical physicist and was the first Muslim (though his country refuses to acknowledge him being a Muslim) to be awarded the Nobel Prize in sciences and the first from which Asian country to win a Nobel Prize in Sciences?
3. Lisa Gerrard is an Australian musician and singer who famously collaborated with Hans Zimmer on an Oscar-winning movie, where her countryman won the Best Actor for the same film. What movie?
4. On December 10, 1985, which Looney Tunes character became the second cartoon character (after Mickey) to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame?
5. This is a 2019 tweet depicting the fate of the miners in DR Congo. What chemical element with atomic number 27 is being described? (PICTURE)
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