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What in the World? Weekly Quiz - March 16-22

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the new “epicenter” of the Covid-19 pandemic was HERE.

South Korea
India
Africa
Europe

On Sunday THIS country reported about 8,000 people infected and 300 dead from Covid-19 as it followed the lead of Italy in ordering a total shutdown of unnecessary activities in the country.

Germany
Spain
Austria
Finland

The United States added THIS European country to the “Shengen” countries travel ban and IT in turn warned its citizens against travel to America.

Switzerland
Germany
United Kingdom
Ireland
Global crude oil supplies are now in what’s called “super cantango,” a situation where future prices are higher than today’s prices and where the over supply of the market exceeds storage capacity that incentivizes producers to sell at discount prices. The crude oil crash resulted from a production and price war between THESE TWO countries.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
Russia and Venezuela
Saudi Arabia and the United States
Russia and Saudi Arabia

The existing tensions between Washington and Beijing have accelerated over the Covid-19 pandemic reactions on both sides. Last week Beijing lashed out at U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo’s ““despicable practice” of referring to Covid-19 as THIS.

China virus
Wuhan virus
Shanghai virus
Beijing virus

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin gave THIS Blue and White Party leader about one month to assemble a ruling coalition after a slight majority of the parliament give HIM their support.

Bibi Netanyahu
Ehud Olmert
Benny Gantz
Ehud Barack
U.S. forces retaliated against Iran-backed militia in Iraq by bombing five targets in air strikes following THIS provocation on Wednesday.
Launch of a should-fired anti-air missile against U.S. Army helicopters involved in anti-ISIS operations.
IEDs deployed in American convoy routes damaging three vehicles.
Rocket attack against Taji airbase killing two Americans and a British soldier.
An ambush attack by gunmen against NATO trainers in Tikrit.

By a 383-0 vote in the Russian parliament, the Duma, THIS constitutional reform passed its third reading and will go to the public for a referendum on April 22nd.

A new constitutional provision allowing Russian presidents to rule by decree.
A change allowing four consecutive terms for Presidents clearing the way for Putin to rule through 2036.
A change to the constitution allowing the Russian Federation to reclaim sovereignty over former Soviet republics in Central Asia.
A change to the constitution renaming the Russian Federation as the Federation of Near Abroad Russian States.

A tenuous cease-fire is in place between Turkey and Russia over THIS disputed area.

The sea claim abutting the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea.
The Idlib province of Syria.
The Crimean Peninsula
The Turkish buffer zone in northern Iraq.
Two political rivals for the presidency of Afghanistan both claimed victory and established parallel governments complicating the pursuit of a peace agreement with the Taliban. Who are the two officials claiming to be President of Afghanistan?
Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah
Abdurrashid Dostam and Hamid Karzai
Ashraf Ghani and Hamid Karzai
Abdullah Abdullan and Ashraf Ghani
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