March. 13, 2023.
Test your knowledge of the world around you with the March 2023 World Trivia Quiz. With 12 new and unusual trivia questions from the past month, you can dive into world politics, culture, geography, and history.
How to Play
- The quiz has 12 multiple-choice questions and answers about world news headlines of the 30 days.
- If the online quiz doesn’t start automatically, click the below button. You will see each question with four possible answers. Choose the best answer to see if you’re correct, read the explanation or skip it, and scroll down to the next question. At the end of the quiz, you will see your score and how it compares with that of other users.
- If you prefer to watch the video quiz, scroll down. You will have 30 seconds to answer each question. How many questions can you answer in 6 minutes?
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We cross-checked our facts with reputable news outlets, research centers, and NGOs. These articles inspired the March 2023 world trivia news quiz. We recommend them for further reading.
- Ukraine: Wagner chief says Russian position at Bakhmut at risk without promised ammunition (Reuters)
- World Record: Carbon dioxide emissions reached a record high in 2022 (AP News)
- China balloon: A Timeline of the U.F.O.s That Were Shot Down This Weekend (nytimes.com)
- China app: TikTok banned from EU Commission phones over cybersecurity (AP News)
- Caste discrimination: Seattle becomes first U.S. city to ban caste discrimination (AP News)
- Russia nuclear: Putin says Russia will halt participation in the New Start nuclear arms treaty (The Guardian)
- Russia prize: Putin gives U.S. actor Seagal top state award for ‘humanitarian work’ (Reuters)
- Japan: Japan poised to raise the age of consent from 13 in an overhaul of sexual offense laws (The Guardian)
- Mexico: Tens of thousands protest Mexico’s electoral law changes (AP News)
- Australia: Australia celebrates Olivia Newton-John (BBC News)
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