In English there are two nouns, question and query, which appear to be very similar in meaning but that, if looked at cautiously reveal themselves a bit different from each other. In the context of a course or in a meeting saying "Any Questions?" and "Any Queries?" amount to the same thing. But, in a multiple choice test we employ "questions", not "queries". On the other hand in a database we see the term "queries", not "questions". Roughly, "query" is used in the context of a need of clarifying a doubt, expressing a doubt or getting information about something. "Question" is used to get an answer or a discussion over the question.
In French both of these words are always conveyed by (la) question? Is there any other word that conveys this nuance?