April 5 Weekly News Quiz: What is World Central Kitchen?

Apr. 5, 2024.

News Quiz: Every Friday, the weekly news quiz tests your knowledge of the latest current events stories. From the Gaza conflict and Sam Bankman-Fried’s unbelievable penalty to Google’s Incognito troubles and Beyoncé’s Jolene cover, see how well you know what happened these past days with the Apr. 5 News Quiz.

How to Play

  • This weekly current events quiz has 11 multiple-choice current trivia questions and answers about the biggest headlines of the last seven days (and a few days before that since we weren’t here the past couple of weeks). You can take the quiz online, play the video quiz, or print it out for your weekly trivia party.  
  • Click the button below to start the quiz. Each question has four possible answers. Choose the best answer to see if you’re correct, read the explanation or skip it, and move on to the next question. At the end of the quiz, you will see your score. 
  • If you prefer to play the video quiz, scroll down. You will have 30 seconds to answer each question. How many questions can you answer in 6 minutes? 
  • If you want to print out the quiz, scroll down to find our PDF link. You can download the Apr. 5 News Quiz’s FREE PDF with all the questions on one page and separate pages for answers and links.

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Apr. 5, 2024, Weekly News Quiz (Current Events Trivia Game)

News Quiz: This quiz consists of 11 Multiple-choice general knowledge questions summarizing the week’s headlines ending on April 5, 2024. There is no time limit. How smart are you this week?

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1. What is World Central Kitchen?

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2. Where are Al Jazeera’s main headquarters located?

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3 / 11

3. What is Havana Syndrome?

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4 / 11

4. What was a significant component of Sam Bankman-Fried’s sentencing for FTX crimes?

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5 / 11

5. Why has OpenAI decided not to release its Voice Engine technology to the public?

AI Illustration: Midjourny

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6. What data was Google collecting while users browsed in “Incognito” mode on Chrome?

Illustration: Midjourney

7 / 11

7. When did Google launch its revolutionary email service, Gmail?

AI Illustration: Midjourney

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8. As of 2024, how many billionaires are there worldwide?

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9. In early April 2024, what caused the mysterious streaking lights in the California sky?

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10. When Lizzo posted “I Quit” on Instagram, what was she referring to quitting?

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11. What significant change did Beyoncé introduce to her cover of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene”?

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The Apr. 5 News Quiz (VIDEO)

11 current-events questions and fun facts based on the Apr. 5 news headlines in 9 minutes. Test yourself: How many can you answer?


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This Week’s Questions (printable)

Here are some of the Apr. 5 news quiz current-events questions:

Apr. 5 News Quiz - Weekly Current Events Trivia Game
  • What’s World Central Kitchen?
  • How many billionaires are there?
  • What is Havana Syndrome?
  • What data was Google collecting while users browsed in Incognito mode?
  • What change did Beyoncé introduce to Jolene?

The PDF includes all general trivia questions and answers from this week on separate pages for the contestants and the quiz MC. It’s perfect for your next pub quiz or trivia night.

The Apr. 5 News Quiz PDF is coming soon. Download our previous FREE Weekly PDF here.

Sources and Extra Trivia Facts

We cross-checked our facts with reputable news outlets, research centers, and NGOs. These current-events articles inspired the Apr. 5 news quiz, and we recommend them for weekend reading.

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