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Hampton Roads World Affairs Council What in the World? Weekly Quiz – Oct 4-10, 2021

Twelve million leaked files from 14 financial service companies have exposed 35 current and former world leaders, including Vladimir Putin, King Abdullah of Jordan and Tony Blair, and over 300 public officials in secret financial dealings and corruption in a case called THIS, according to an international consortium of journalists. (#WACquiz)

Panama Report
Pandora Papers
St. Petersburg Portfolio
Indigo Files

China marked the anniversary of the country’s founding on Friday by flying warplanes inside the air defense zone of THIS island. The two waves of fighters and bombers, a total of 38 aircraft, provoked sorties of fighters and activation of missile batteries in response on this independence-minded island. (#WACquiz)

Senkaku
Taiwan
Hainan
Okinawa

A Nigerian artist from Benin City said THIS renowned museum, residence of the Rosetta Stone, accepted his gift of a bronze plaque but the gesture did not win a positive response to the request to return the priceless Benin Bronzes, looted in 1897 (#WACquiz)

Hermitage Museum
Louvre Museum
British Museum
Metropolitan Museum

In advance of his country hosting the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow next month THIS Prime Minister is expected to announce a commitment to produce100% of electricity from renewable sources by 2035. (#WACquiz)

Pierre Trudeau
Pedro Sanchez
Boris Johnson
Mario Draghi

Bahrain hosted Israeli Foreign Minister Lapid for the first time since last year’s normalization agreement, called the Abraham Accords. It included normalized relations between Israel and the UAE and suggested a collective effort to counter the influence of THIS country? (#WACquiz)

Jordan
Iran
Russia
Turkey

A suicide bomber killed eight people at a security checkpoint in Mogadishu, Somalia in an attack probably aimed at a presidential motorcade. THIS Somalia-based al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack. (WACA Weekly World News Update)

ISIS-K
Taliban
Al-Shabaab
Boko Haram

The White House hosted the Quad Summit a grouping aimed to counter Chinese expanding influence. The Quad includes all of the following countries EXCEPT THIS one. (WACA Weekly World News Update)

Japan
New Zealand
Australia
India

Najla Bouden Ramadhane became the first woman leader of an Arab government after being appointed as Prime Minister of THIS  Arab Spring birthplace country. She was appointed by President Kais Saled who removed her predecessor and suspended Parliament in July, in what many analysts called a “coup.” (#WACquiz)

Algeria
Egypt
Saudi Arabia
Tunisia

When his six-year term of office expires, THIS controversial President of the Philippines will retire rather than run for Vice President as he had announced. Last month the International Criminal Court launched a full investigation into his war on drugs calling it “a widespread and systematic attack against the civilian population (#WACquiz)

Rodrigo Duterte
Christopher Lawrence Go
Sarah Duterte-Carpio
Manny Pacquiao
The Winter Olympics set for February 2022 in THIS city will only allow fans from inside the country to attend and then under “specific requirements.” Hosting the Games here has been controversial due to charges by human rights groups. (#WACquiz)
Istanbul
Sochi
Buenos Aires
Beijing
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