July 8, 2022.
Welcome to our weekly current events trivia challenge, the July 8 News Quiz of the Week: Test your knowledge of 2022 current events trivia and the week’s headlines. On July 4th: How many incidents of mass shootings were there in the US on the nation’s Independence Day? In world politics: Did Boris Johnson resign? And on celebrity health: What’s prosopagnosia? Make sure you know what happened this week. Our weekly news trivia game with the week’s best trivia questions and answers begins when you hit “Start Quiz.”
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The July 8 News Quiz of the Week – VIDEO QUIZ
12 Current event trivia questions, multiple choice answers, 30 seconds per question, and a news fact from last week follow each answer.
We Stand with Ukraine
It seems everybody these days has to publically declare their position on the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine. We stand with Ukraine and its people, fighting against military forces attacking civilians. We salute their heroic battle for democracy. We stand with every nation fighting against tyranny and for human rights. Our empathy goes to the Russian people, Belarussians, and all who suffer under oppressing governments, including soldiers forced to die in the name of their leaders. We also side with the truth, so here’s a quick list of reliable sources on the conflict.
- Breaking News & Live Updates on Russia-Ukraine from AP News.
- Live Updates and Video Coverage of the Russia-Ukraine War on The New York Times.
- Coverage of the Russia-Ukraine crisis by The Guardian.
Sources for the July 8 News Quiz of the Week
We crosscheck the facts in our current events trivia facts with the world’s top news providers, research centers, and NGOs. Here’s a list of news articles that inspired this week’s news quiz. Consider it our reading recommendations for the weekend.
- Boris Johnson will resign as Tories insist ‘reckless’ prime minister must go now (theguardian.com)
- Suspect in Parade Shooting Charged With 7 Counts of Murder (nytimes.com)
- Google to erase more location info as abortion bans expand (AP News)
- Big Ben Bongs Will Soon Ring Out Again Across London (nytimes.com)
- Scientists at CERN observe three “exotic” particles for the first time (Reuters)
- What to Know About Prosopagnosia, Brad Pitt’s Face Blindness Condition (nytimes.com)
- Actress Lindsay Lohan celebrates her birthday as a married woman (AP News)
- Tom Cruise Celebrates His 60th Birthday at the British F1 Grand Prix (PEOPLE.com)
- Amid Ukraine War, Orchestras Rethink ‘1812 Overture,’ a July 4 Rite (nytimes.com)
- UK cinemas ban fans in suits from Minions: The Rise of Gru (The Guardian)
- Netflix says ‘Stranger Things’ sets new viewing milestones (Reuters)
- Call to tighten New Zealand law that allows public pooing if no one is watching (The Guardian)
The July 8 News Quiz of the Week Questions
Here’s a complete list of this weekend’s current events quiz questions.
How old is Lindsey Lohan?
Photo: Lindsay Lohan on Instagram
How old is Tom Cruise?
Photo: U.S. Navy Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Keenan Daniels, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture was written as a commemoration of what?
Photo: The United States Army Band, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
What's Minions 2's official title?
What was the first monster introduced in Stranger Things?
Screenshot: Stranger Things, Netflix
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