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"What in the World?" Weekly Quiz - September 19, 2016

Claiming the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) would weaken democracy, and would have a negative impact on labor and environmental standards, tens of thousands of protestors in cities located where demonstrated against it?
United States
Canada
Europe
Africa
Leaders from the European Union held a summit last week in Bratislava to discuss, among other things, migration, the economy, and the way forward for the post-Brexit EU. Bratislava is the capital of which country?
Macedonia
Moldova
Croatia
Slovakia
On Saturday night a bomb in Manhattan wounded 29 bystanders and a second device was discovered. In Minnesota an attacker dressed as a security guard stabbed nine people at the Crossroads Mall in St. Cloud. The Minnesota attack was claimed to be a soldier of this group:
Al Qaeda
Hezbollah
Islamic State
Boko Haram
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, a public-private partnership co-founded by Bill Gates in 2002, recently announced that it met its goal of raising $13 billion to fight the three diseases. The Global Fund is credited with having saved how many lives in the 14 years it's been operating?
20 million
10 million
5 million
1 million
Brokered by Russia and the United States, the fragile cease-fire in which country is at high risk of failing, according to Russian defense officials?
Yemen
Syria
Gabon
South Sudan
Citing a delay caused by the overhauling of voter rolls, the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) election officials have asked the nation's Constitutional Court for permission to postpone upcoming presidential elections. Who is the current president of the DRC?
Robert Mugabe
Laurent-Désiré Kabila
Joseph Kabila
Ali Bongo
A 17-year old was granted euthanasia this week under a 2014 law that allows doctor-assisted suicide. The euthanasia took place in which nation, the only one in the world to allow it for minors of all ages?
Canada
Sweden
Belgium
Australia
Nigel Farage, famous for having led the movement to leave the European Union, celebrated his resignation as head of Britain's UK Independence Party by doing what after the party meeting?
parachuting into Buckingham Palace
skinny dipping in the English Channel
moving to France
riding a zip line across the Thames
A Swedish appeals court has upheld the arrest warrant for Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks. In order to avoid extradition on a charge of rape, Mr. Assange has been a guest of which nation's embassy in London since 2012?
Colombia
Argentina
Ecuador
Paraguay
President Obama pledged last week to end almost two decades of economic sanctions against which Asian nation?
Vietnam
Laos
Cambodia
Myanmar
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