Statistics for World Capitals by a Single Clue #5

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countrycluecapital city% Correct
BelgiumEuropean Union headquartersBrussels
79%
Bosnia & HerzegovinaWinter Olympic venue and "Jerusalem of the Balkans", blockaded in a 1990s warSarajevo
77%
SlovakiaJust an hour's drive east of Vienna, and became a capital in 1993Bratislava
76%
BoliviaThe world's highest capitalLa Paz
64%
LaosMore northerly of two capitals on Mekong RiverVientiane
61%
CambodiaMore southerly of two capitals on Mekong RiverPhnom Penh
59%
Sri LankaMany guidebooks still list this metro area, that includes Sri Kotte, as the capitalColombo
58%
PakistanNamed after a religion, and founded in 1960Islamabad
48%
UzbekistanSilk Road capital that was Russian from the 1860s to the 1990sTashkent
47%
ZimbabwePreviously known, under white rule, as SalisburyHarare
37%
PortugalAlfonso I and his crusader knights conquered this from the Moors in 1147Lisbon
35%
SingaporeAsian capital just 100 miles north of the equatorSingapore
30%
BelizeNorth American capital, moved to here after Hurricane Hattie flattened the previous one in 1961Belmopan
28%
EthiopiaAfrican Union headquartersAddis Ababa
26%
Sri LankaSpell this correctly: Sri ______________ KotteJayawardenepura
23%
NicaraguaHome of presidents Anastasio Somoza and Daniel OrtegaManagua
21%
LuxembourgThe only non-American capital containing an XLuxembourg
19%
Antigua & BarbudaCaribbean capital where cricketer Brian Lara scored a world record 400 not outSaint John's
18%
PalauThis Pacific capital's area is only the size of its parliament's groundsNgerulmud
18%
SloveniaThe only capital that contains two J'sLjubljana
17%

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