Weekly News Quiz: In our Nov. 5 weekly Friday trivia challenge, you’ll find new questions like where was 2021 World Series MVP Jorge Soler born? Which country is led by Sheikh Hasina? And who was the first Black mayor of New York City? 12 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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- Guess the Celebrity Age Fun Quiz
- Oct. 2021 Entertainment Round-Up Super Quiz
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Sources for the Nov. 5 Weekly News Facts:
- Museum displaying entire Boijmans collection to open in world first (The Guardian)
- Salma Hayek: ‘Weinstein would scream at me – “I didn’t hire you to look ugly!”‘ (The Guardian)
- Marvel firsts: ‘Eternals’ showcases deaf and South Asian superheroes, a gay kiss (Reuters)
- Jorge Soler named World Series MVP after three homers in Atlanta Braves’ 6-game victory (espn.com)
- Spain adopts EU copyright law, paving the way for Google News to return (Reuters)
- Burnt by the sun: Bolivia’s highlands sizzle under fierce UV rays (Reuters)
- Huma Abedin, loyal aide and betrayed wife picks up the mic (apnews.com)
- Wu makes history winning Boston mayor (apnews.com)
- Eric Adams Is Elected Mayor of New York City – The New York Times (nytimes.com)
- Bangladesh PM Hasina tells rich world to fulfill funding pledges (Reuters)
- COVID-19’s global death toll tops 5 million in under two years (apnews.com)
- Elon Musk offers to sell Tesla stock “right now” if UN can show how $6 billion will solve world hunger (CNN)