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Name The Country Making The Headlines (Part Four)

Here’s a quiz to test your knowledge of the current affairs. The statements comprising the questions in the quiz are actual headlines. You have to fill the blank with the name of the country where the particular event has taken place in recent weeks.

Note: I will tweak the headlines a little bit to make the quiz a bit more challenging.

Share your score and please upvote if you enjoy the quiz. Check out Part One and Part Two Here:

Name The Country Making Headlines

Name The Country Making The Headlines (Part Two)

Name The Country Making The Headlines (Part Three)

  • ——- appeals for blood to treat the wounded after huge truck bomb killed at least 281 people.

    • Kenya
    • Sudan
    • Somalia
    • Maldives
  • The killing of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana in a car bomb leaves —- in shock.

    • Italy
    • Spain
    • Malta
    • Greece
  • Storm Ophelia batters ——

    • USA
    • Hawaii
    • Cuba
    • Ireland
  • Jacinda Ardern becomes the youngest woman prime minister of —–

    • Malta
    • Panama
    • New Zealand
    • Luxembourg
  • Ban on sale of firecrackers becomes subject of a fierce online debate about religion in —-

    • China
    • India
    • Hong Kong
    • Taiwan
  • ——- mourns the death of the 53-year-old lead singer for the band The Tragically Hip.

    • Britain
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
    • Canada
  • Thousands of Rohingya refugees pour into —– as ethnic cleansing by Myanmar military continues

    • Bhutan
    • Nepal
    • India
    • Bangladesh
  • A city in —– offers pink women-only buses, designed to protect female passengers from harassment.

    • Turkey
    • India
    • China
    • iran

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  1. Just 3/8 – I’m here in India where they celebrated Diwali two nights ago. I’m presuming this festival is the one that sparked debate over the use of fireworks. Jodhpur, the city I’m in, definitely has no ban on them anyway, the sky has been completely lit up with fireworks for 2 days now

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