Weekly News Quiz: In our Friday, Oct. 29 weekly trivia challenge, you’ll find new questions like, What’s Halyna’s Law? Which country abolished its monarchy? And who’s the world’s only gay current professional footballer? 15 Multiple choice general-knowledge-worthy questions with answers and extra facts from the passing news week when you hit Start Quiz.
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More quizzes for the Friday, Oct. 29 weekend:
- 2021 Social Media Quiz: What’s Metaverse?
- DC Comics 2021 Quiz
- How Woke Are You in 2021 Big Quiz
- News Quiz on China: China Vs. World 2021
- World Food Trivia
- Guess the Celebrity Age Fun Quiz
- Oct. 2021 Entertainment Round-Up Super Quiz
- The 2021 Face Quiz: How Many Can You Name?
Sources for the Oct. 29 Weekly News Facts:
- How Frances Haugen Became a Power Player in the Facebook Leaks (nytimes.com)
- Arshile Gorky’s New Painting Was Hiding in Plain Sight (nytimes.com)
- Alan Cumming Took Ecstasy to Quell His Nerves on Tony Night, ‘and It Worked’ (nytimes.com)
- Questlove Looks at 50 Years of Modern Music — and Modern History (nytimes.com)
- Adrien Brody: ‘Actors are attention seekers. But I’m an introvert’ (The Guardian)
- Navalny, Putin’s Imprisoned Foe, Wins E.U.’s Top Human Rights Award (nytimes.com)
- A petition to ban the use of real firearms on film sets circulates after the ‘Rust’ tragedy (latimes.com)
- James Michael Tyler: Friends stars show ‘gratitude’ for Gunther actor (BBC News)
- ‘You beat me’: Colombia’s most-wanted drug lord caught (Reuters)
- Barbados elects first-ever president ahead of becoming a republic (BBC News)
- Oslo opens museum to “The Scream” painter Munch (Reuters)
- Japan’s Princess Mako marries commoner, loses royal status (apnews.com)
- FCC revokes authorization of China Telecom’s U.S. unit (Reuters)
- ‘Batgirl’: Brendan Fraser As Villain In Warner Bros And DC Films Movie (Deadline)
- “I have been fighting my sexuality”: A-League player Josh Cavallo comes out as gay (The Guardian)